1. NORMAL POST OP COURSE: A small amount of dried blood, clear or blood tinged fluid may be present in the ear canals for a few days. There should not be any drainage after this time, unless ear drops are used. There may be popping, cracking of the ears, or hollow feeling for about a week. Children will often pull on their ears or poke at them. This is normal after tube insertion. It does not mean infection.
  2. Occasionally, there is dizziness after tube insertion. If this occurs, medication can be given to help this. Do not drive if you’re dizzy.
  3. Eardrops may or may not  be given after tube insertion.  Do not use any other ear preparations.
  4. Your physician will advise you if ear plugs are needed for bathing or swimming.

You should have a post op appointment for  2  weeks after surgery.

For questions, problems or refills, call the office at (425) 775-6651.

Pain medications require a written prescription, so call for a refill before you run out of medication.

Medication or refill requests must be made during office hours.

There is always a doctor on call for emergent problems after office hours: (425) 775-6651

The best patient care is put into practice every day at Puget Sound ENT — we consider it a privilege to serve you.
Edmonds

76th Professional Commons
21911 76th Ave W
Suite 211
Edmonds, WA 98026

Fax: (425) 670-6718
Alt Fax: (425) 670-6719
1 (425) 775-6651 Directions
Mill Creek

Swedish Mill Creek Medical Center
13020 Meridian Ave S, 2nd Floor
Everett, WA 98208

Fax: (425) 670-6718
Alt Fax: (425) 670-6719
1 (425) 337-4810 Directions
Puyallup

Ear Nose Throat & Allergy Associates
104 27th Ave SE
Puyallup, WA 98374

entpuyallup.com
*Dr. Backous only

1 (253) 770-9000 Directions
Edmonds Center for Outpatient Surgery (ECOS)

Edmonds Medical Pavilion
7320 216th Street SW, Suite 140
Edmonds, WA 98026

1 (425) 673-3750 Directions