Patient : My daughter is eleven months old. Shortly after she was born she has tugged and pulled at her ears. Sleep is a major problem in our home. I took her to an ENT and he said her pressure in the ears was not correct and she went on a treatment of steriods. At the follow up appointment her pressure was fine. Since then i have a constant battle with her to sleep. One day it is fine and the next is a struggle both day and night. She still pulls and tugs at her ears and since she started walking she appears to sometimes not be able to balance correctly and falls. Do yo think it could be her ears?
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