Flying with ear tubes

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Re : Flying with ear tubes

Post by jamie w » Thu May 27, 2010 02:50 am

Both of my kids have tubes. It is actually easier on them becaause the hole where the tube is doesn't allow for pressure build up which is what is so uncomfortable.

Re : Flying with ear tubes

Post by jenmatt1 » Wed May 26, 2010 08:53 am

I have a 2 year old with them- and we have flown a few times with no problems at all. The first time I gave her a little children's benadryl just to help if her ears were stuffy from allergies, but since they we have not used anything and she has been fine.

Flying with ear tubes

Post by bernadic » Wed May 26, 2010 05:13 am

Hi ladies. Any suggestions on what to do when you have to fly with a 3 year old with ear tubes? I am going to call the ENT tomorrow to see what he says, but was curious as to what to do. Thanks.

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