I went through years of bppv (vertigo). I saw primary care docs, ENTs, osteopaths, chiropractors, had x-rays, MRI, all kinds of blood work. I spent years trying to get help until I was diagnosed by a vestibular therapist.The ears do a hell of a lot more than just transmit sound to your brain. Most docs, including ENTs, dont know a lot about vertigo or tinnitus-you have to go to someone that specializes in these types of problems. check out
Vestibular Disorders Association
They have a search function for doctors that specialize in these types of problems in your area.
I’m going to see an ENT in a few days anyway, with hopes it’s a blockage in the eustation tube. What worries me is that although I get allergies I wasn’t sick and my sinuses weren’t bothering me at the time. I wasn’t fighting a cold or anything. And it’s been way to long to be viral and hasn’t gotten worse from an infection. In fact he said looking into the ear there was no swelling, scar tissue, anything.
I don’t currently have vertigo but that to me is the tell-tale sign that there’s either a change in fluid viscosity or pressure.
My main concern is going through 100000 tests and be sitting here a year from now with this BUZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ in my ear.