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Clogging of ear.
Sir, 1) I have undergone right ear surgery for Mastoidectomy and Tympanoplasty and removed chronic non-specific osteomyelitis tissue middle ear on 16th Dec. 2016. The EAC of my right ear has narrowing lateral to annulus now. I am hearing ringing sound in my right ear after the surgery and till date. My right ear usually get clogged when I wake up in the morning and I relieved myself by inserting cotton swap to remove the air from inside the ear after many efforts. Hearing on my right has not improved normally. Presently, Dr. had advised me on medication of Tab. LCZ ones a day for three weeks . 2) I am also having hearing problem on my left ear. CT scan had reported complete soft tissue opacification of the middle ear cavity, aditus antrum with sclerosis and opacification of the mastoid air cell. Soft tissue opacification also seen around the foot plate of stapes, oval and round window niche, sinus tympani and facial nerve recess. Please help.
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You need to get a high resolution CT scan of your Temporal bones, to exactly evaluate the present pathology in your ears that is causing the tinnitus. Then you need to meet a Senior Neuro-otologist who will help you alleviate the problem.
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