Dear Nutty Professor
When you have ear infection, the Eustachian tubes swell up and prevent the middle ear from draining fluid. The fluttering that you are experiencing might be from some swelling in the tubes that are not fully gone. The important thing is to get those middle ears healthy again. Make sure your general health is good and that you have no problems upper respiratory infection, sinusitus or post nasal drips. You can also start "exercising" your middle ears. Chewing something like bubble gum or jellies work well. You can also try to equalize a little but make sure not to put any excessive pressure on the middle ear.
Use your mouth piece it might be that you had a slight inflammation of the TM joint (Temporo-madibular joint), with the teethgrinding.
Stick to the treatment that the ENT's have you on and make sure that your general health is as good as possible.
Please let me know if you have any further questions
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