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Regarding mucus in ear
Recently i visited to an ent specialist for checkup and he diagnosis that there is thick cough in middle ear. My enthusisatic tube is working correctly as when i do valsalva maneuver air touches the eardrum . Doctor gave me livocitrizen and ambroxol. Would it be help me to remove the fluid from ear. Is my problem cure with this medicine...suggest some measure. My eardrum is pushed to inward and touches with fluid and i feel ear clogged. how i would correct them.. please suggest some. Measures
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Sir u need to consult thoroughly online or physically to get to a proper diagnosis and treatment, I think ua eustachian tube is not working properly that’s why thick fluid has collected in your middle ear resulting in the ear drum to be retracted inwards. It can be treated medically by using decongestant, antibiotics, nasal decongestants but the proper treatment will depend on the cause. Further if it is not getting treated with medicines, we may need to do a small surgery like incision on your ear drum to remove the fluid and put a temporary tube there.
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Yes medicine will help. Continue valsalva maneuver.
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