Our expert says:
You may have fluid build up in the middle ear. Try using a decongestant nosedrop in the nose (this opens the tube between the back of the nose and the middle ear and helps drainage), you can also take a mucolyticum like Bisolvon to loosen the phlegm. If you develop fever, pain in the ear, or fluid draining from the ear you should see your doctor as you may have a ruptured eardrum. Valoid may help for the dizziness and nausea.
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