But if the turbinates are inflammed, could that produce nasal congestion, mucus and therefore, give problems with eustachian tubes? Also, if I start Flonase again, how long do you take it to get results- at least a month?
Ever time I go to ENT for follow up, he writes Hypertrophic turbinates, Could you explain this as he just writes it down and does not explain. Could this be why I have ETD? Been on Astepro for 2 months as I have told you, no help. Would Flonase be more beneficial for this? I know you say whatever works but I have tried numerous things in over 2 years.
Every time I go to ENT for follow up, he writes down hypertrophic turbinates- can you explain this to me as he does not explain, just writes it down. Could this be reason why I have ETD? Astepro is not working-been on it for 2 months already. Would Flonase work better for this? I know you say whatever works, but I have tried numerous things.
I am 7 weeks on Astepro- still no change- possible could take longer or should I have some improvement by now? Ears still loud when swallowing and taste mucous constantly I guess having rugs cleaned did not help. ENT said to keep on Astepro until see him in August. Something has to work- 2 years of this same problem. Really unbelievable- I had to be put on Zoloft and Seroquel because this whole thing made me so depressed.
Any idea of what the white sticky stuff is that comes out of my mouth-when I spit it out it has a disscoloration brownish Could this be the stuff that is stuck in my nasal passages that is making my ears loud when swallowing?
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