Otitis Media with Effusion (OME)

by EarPopper

Otitis media with effusion (OME) is when there is thick or sticky fluid (also called glue ear) behind the eardrum in the middle ear, but there is no ear infection. This fluid may be present for weeks after an ear infection is treated. The only symptoms may be hearing loss or muffled hearing and a sense of fullness in the ear. For some people, there may be pain or pressure as well.

 

 

The EarPopper device is the latest treatment for Otitis Media with Effusion and has been clinically proven to treat this condition. The root cause of the problem is Eustachian Tube Dysfunction (ETD).  The EarPopper opens the Eustachian Tube without any medication or myringotomy surgery.  The EarPopper opens the Eustachian tube naturally with air.

Testimonials say it best:

“I had Otitis Media (fluid in the middle ear). EarPopper worked the 1st time I used it! Thank God for EarPopper!” – Claire Jo H.

After six weeks of not being able to hear out of one ear due to fluid, my doctor said there was nothing he could do and my ENT told me only surgery would cure me. I found out about the EarPopper from the NIH and was referred to a doctor in ten seconds. I could hear! – Richard W., Circle Pines MN

It opened my left Eustachian Tube immediately permitting my ear to drain. – Stephen H., Fernandina Beach FL

My doctor tried everything to rid my ear of fluid, including a small hole in the eardrum to drain fluid. Nothing worked until I tried the EarPopper. And no drugs! – Tish D., Snow Hill MD

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