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    Old 07-10-2004, 11:44 AM   #1
    monarchangel
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    Moisture in ears

    Does anyone know what it means when you wake up with water in your ears? Every morning I ake up, I have moisture in my ears. It's clear and I thought it would be from allergies maybe draining, but I wonder if it could be soemthing else. I did see an ENT about my allergies and he said I don't have an inner ear problem. I wonder if I should slepp with ear pluga or soemthing? Thanks for your input.

     
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    Old 07-10-2004, 04:02 PM   #2
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    Re: Moisture in ears

    I have this same thing as well, but also dont know why. hmm I wonder? but hey it's not just you. Utah

     
    Old 07-10-2004, 07:36 PM   #3
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    Re: Moisture in ears

    I've had this prolem for 8 yrs. No allergies. 10 ENT's have been asked. Dumb & dumber
    answers. I believe we suffer from (IDN) `I Dun-No'! I've heard ear-sweat & that was
    last winter. I've researched this & I do know it's not inner ear problem but most
    likely a middle ear problem. Badger docs & let me know. I wake now 2xnight w/ pops
    of clear fluid. I'm on pills to sedate the spasm to sleep. My theory is that it's canal-
    inflammation from a un-dx'd spasm causing inflammation. I get some relief using few
    drops of alcohol to stay in 1min. then tip head to drain. Never use Qtip or it can
    damage fibers that pull debries `away' from drum. If I pull throat inside, sometimes I
    can click the fluid to release prssr that happens w/ weather changes. Dr. still says
    `Ears don't work that way!' It's getting worse & now I take Xanax to sedate the problem. Please let me know if someone gets answers. No, it's not E-tube dysfunction.

     
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