In your case it is best to treat the blockage using medications first.
These are mostly decongestants which acts to shrink the membranes lining the nose and throat, allowing the ears to equalize more easily. Similarly, people experiencing chronic daily problems with Eustachian tube dysfunction can benefit by aggressive control of allergies using a combinations of Antihistamins (Zyetec, Allegra and Clarithine), with decongestants like Pseudoephedrine, and including prescription nasal sprays like flonase.
If used at the same time the combination is effective
Surgery is usually reserved for cases in which In severe symptoms like dizziness, tinnitus or pain complicated daily living. In the Surgery, a "pressure equalization tube" (PET) can be surgically placed in the eardrum, replacing the role of a functioning Eustachian tube, and thus guaranteeing equalization of middle ear pressure.
Most often it is not necessary in Adults, but is most commonly done in young children who experience recurrent ear infections as a consequence.
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