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Posted by Wendy
on April 18, 2000 at 13:26:10:
In Reply to: Eustacian tube dysfunction posted by Lynda on April 18, 2000 at 01:47:34:
I have this annoying condition too, but I have it all the time. The "holes" in my ears seem to correct the problem as well. I would say that if the ear with the hole in it, is your good ear, then get a hole in the other one. I know that the procedure is somewhat painless and the tube stays in for 6 months or more. Can they just put one tube in your bad ear again? I know you probably had enough of tubes, but it probably will cure your problem.
Best of luck and my thoughts are with you.
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