Tuesday, October 13, 2009
On Thursday I am giving Medical Grand Rounds at Somerset Medical Center. My talk is called "I've got Sinus" because it's often hard to tell whether your symptoms are from your nose or your sinuses. The sinuses drain into the nose as well as the Eustachian tubes which drain from the middle ear. Patients with middle ear disease or allergic rhinitis may have ear popping as a symptom. If you have ear popping and it is bothering you, you should see your doctor.