Thank you for posting your query at DoctorSpring.com
I can understand you problem.
Eustachean tube dysfunction is very common and recovery as well as, daily in opd I see patients with ETD and most of them recover fully from three weeks to three months time.
First we need to confirm the eustachean tube dysfunction and factor responsible for it. So you need to do hearing test including audiogram and tympanometery. Rigid nasal endoscopy can be done so eustachean tube opening can be seen directly and if anatomical factor causing obstruction can be treated. If needed after these examination a CT PNS (paranasal sinuses ) can be done, to rule out sinus pathology.
Till you finish all these investigation you can start following medication including-
Tab. Levocetrizine 5 mg once in night for 20 days.
Mometasone nasal spray on spray in each nostril two times daily for 6 weeks.
Valsalva menovure also helps if eustachan tube dysfunction is confirmed.
If medical management fails for more then 3 months , we can do grommet insertion also.
So there are options, you need not to be upset by seeing net, because most of people who don’t get relief they only put comments, those who are fine they don’t write.
I hope this helps