Hi!Everything started in July with a feeling off balance at work!I went to mygeneral Gp.She said that i have mucus in my nose and infection in my ears,but the dizzy feeling was there.I went to Ent specialist- they did scopy and said that i have allergy.I did a blood allergy test and it said that i realy have allergy.I went to allergy doctor-tryin almost evrything(nasals sprays,steroids pils and antihistamins)but the presure in my ears was kiling me.I started allergy shots from 2 months.was fine for a while but after some kinde of virus before 3 weeks i started to feel worse off balance again.I cant work.I am feeling fullness and pressure in my right ear.in my allergy doctor`s office i saw Ent specialist.They did audio tests (was fine),they did Ct scan on my sinus was fine too , except showing little mucus in my nose.they said that i am fine and i need give time to go away. but i cant stand it -dizzynes and off balance make me staying in my bed all day.I still feel the presure in my ear and thick mucus behind my nose and i can not take it out.I dont know what to do! i am thinking abot ETD but Ent doctor didnt said anything about that......View Thread
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