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6Hypnone
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Used to be maybe twice a year. Now it's been twice in a week and a half.
I'm focusing on mold now and am on a binder, working up.

My ent has always said it's my allergies and eustacian tube dysfunction. My ears have always felt a bit clogged, and I have tinnitus. Other than my short tinnitus spells, my hearing is excellent.
I also have on off slight ear pains
Some years ago, I had stabbing ear pain. That was terrifying

I knkw I have Lyme and Mycoplasma. I'm thought to have babesia and bart.

Is there anything I can do, evdn for just symptoms? I'm on levocitirizine, and both fluticasine and azalastine nasal sprays, all for allergies.
This is scaring me. [confused]

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6Hypnone

Here we go again with no one to defiantly tell us why this keeps happening. I have the same Infections as you, plus high EBV and low brucellosis. And it's my dreaded month, September. Aghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

Found this from Dr R.
https://www.treatlyme.net/guide/mold-toxin-illness-lyme-toxin

I'm on the same nasal sprays and no progress so I feel your frustration. I also did low dose antigen therapy last year with my LLMD and no improvements. I take 2 oral anti-fungals without any benefit either.

But I do notice that when I take a Epsom salt bath (1/2 hour, 2 lbs Epsom), my sinus release a huge glob and I feel better. Don't know why but it's a temporary relief of the tinnitits and vertigo.

That disulfiram is looking better and better everyday. 💚

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You could try putting your finger in front of each ear and at the same time opening your mouth and quickly closing it. (sort of like clenching your teeth)

Do it 5-6 times.

My doctor taught me this when I had severe ear pains. It was like nerve pain.

Now if the pain hits, I do the open and close while putting pressure on my ears.

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That article is interesting. I'll show my drs. They don't mention my binder unfortunately.

I hear some baaad things about csm. And Holy Mother is it expensive.
Is mold visible in nasal passages?
I have candida too.

My ent said she thought I get worse when seasons change. Tho I haven't been this bad b4.

Is the ear thing for tmj?

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