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Can a person have fluid in both ears?

Can a person have fluid in both ears?

This can occur in one or both ears, and can sometimes last for prolonged periods of time, although this is more often the case in adults than in children. This condition can be associated with a feeling of discomfort within the ear, or a feeling of fullness. In some cases, moderate to severe hearing loss can occur.

Which is correct, go to a doctor or go to see a doctor?

Not “go to see a doctor” but just “see a doctor” or “go see” (where I live). Either “go to” or “see” is fine where I live. I’ll go to the doctor. I’ll go see the doctor. I’ll see the doctor. You’re still sick? Did you see a doctor? Have you been to the doctor? have you seen a doctor? I thought you were going to the doctor?

Can a child have fluid behind the eardrum?

It is quite common that children are found with fluid behind eardrum, adults though seldom diagnosed with the same symptom, it sometimes does occur. Fluid behind eardrum, known medically as otitis media with effusion (OME), is the accumulation of fluid, often in the middle of the ear, with no sign or other symptoms of an ear infection.

When to see a doctor for fluid behind the ears?

There is fluid behind my ears and the fluid won’t drain. If it doesn’t go away by Monday, I have to see an ENT doctor. Fun, fun. Talk to the dr re predisone.

When do you have fluid that won’t drain?

I feel great except for this, but when your head is full and your ears are ringing and you can’t hear half of what anyone is saying to you and, worst of all, the fluid will not drain…you still don’t feel 100%. Any feedback? This is my first ear infection evah!!!

How much fluid can you retain before you see symptoms?

Most people will retain 8 to 15 pounds of excess fluid before they see leg and belly swelling. However, symptoms such as coughing and shortness of breath, loose stools, nausea and feeling full when without eating much may develop at the 5-to-7 pound mark” says Dr. Lewis.

Why does fluid behind my ears not drain?

The fluid behind my ears won’t drain. One ear is way worse than the other. I was told I may have to try tubes in my ears but have also read that sometimes even that doesn’t help.