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ear canal itch-no disease apparent or discharges-chronic both ears-favors right ear -

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • August 29, 2015
  • 07:41 PM

6 months ago pruritis presented in both(external acoustic meatus) ear canals, chronically ,favors right ear; md exam = negative infestation,negative infection apparent, hearing is undimished,'tho sensitive to high pitch-tinnitus present for years/not annoying..

Full dentures > 5years ago,history of root absesses,no pathology .History of strep throat.

Tonsils removed 70 years ago.Adenoids treated with ''one drop of radium''each, 69 years ago;Dx unknown then or now..no pathological history.

Currently use inhaled corticosteroids as Tx for emphysema,which ocassionally cause hoarsness?diminished voice strength for short periods.

Throat is normally 'unpleasantly'- sensitive (burning sensation) to strong spices / alcohol / seltzer (CO2) water..& the like...

No sinus infection symptoms present..
Low production of mucus : no post nasal drip..
Throat appears ''blotchy'' but MD.claims 'no infection' (without any culture )..
Eustachian tubes appear to be functionally equalizing air-pressures..

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