← Return to Meniere's Disease

morninglory (@morninglory)

Meniere's Disease

Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) | Last Active: 6 days ago | Replies (168)

Comment receiving replies

I can relate to the stuffy feeling. I never heard of occlusion but I do have echo-like sounds of my own own voice. Thank you for the information. The echo in my ears drives me crazy. I purchased the $6000 hearing aids – they help me when my ears are not stuffy but still have problems when my ears are stuffed up which is most of the time. I just read about some hearing aids by SeboTek that is supposed to help occlusion. I don't know anything about this company or their hearing aids but wondered if anyone has heard about hearing aids for occlusion . I do not drink milk or eat any milk products, & very little salt. I will definitely stop the chocolate and see if that helps. II have tried some decongestant but it did not help me.

Jump to this post

Replies to "I can relate to the stuffy feeling. I never heard of occlusion but I do have..."

@karinzeigler I also never heard of occlusion and have hearing aids Phonic is the brand it has helped me with tinnitus instead of loud ringing it is a quiet humming but yes still there . Going of dairy has helped but hasn't stopped it so I don't know the answer . When my head felt like it was all stuffy the decongestant helped me . Then I became dizzy and started losing my balance Dt. sent me to a Ear Dr. for testing it was a 2 hr test haven't gotten the results yet If anyone finds an answer I would really like to know

@karinzeigler . Googled Sebo Tek – interesting in that their product greatly increased the frequency range. Shall check further! I'm of the opinion that "stuffy ear syndrome" is in some way allergy-related. Checking on that, too!

  Request Appointment