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what causes ear fullness only in one ear?

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Dr. Gregory Bussell
Specializes in ENT and Head and Neck Surgery
Eustacian tube: The eustacian tube connects your ear to your nose and allows air pressure to equalize. If the tube on one side doesn't work, that ear will feel full and may even fill with fluid.
Answered on Nov 10, 2019
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Eustacian tube: The eustacian tube connects your ear to your nose and allows air pressure to equalize. If the tube on one side doesn't work, that ear will feel full a ... Read More
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Refer to ENT, ER: This is something that typically needs evaluation by a specialist. I will refer the question to our ENT and other doctors.
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Eustachian tube: Sounds like eustachian tube dysfunction. See an ENT doc.
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