Saturday, 09 April 2011
Your patient should be seen by an ENT specialist to evaluate this situation. In your referral, you can state that the patient complains of ear popping which indicates to you that there may be some dysfunction of the Eustachian tubes that may have created some negative pressure in the middle ears. FYI, an antibiotic may clear up the problem, although ear wax or some problem in the middle ear (crud) could be involved.
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