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mild ear pain from time to time, constant ringing in right ear. pressure in right ear and squieeking when i pinch my nostriles closed and bllow?

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Dr. Michael Pascolini
ENT and Head and Neck Surgery 17 years experience
Effusion: Most likely you have an effusion in your right ear. Give it some time it should go away. You have some sort of eustachian tube dysfunction, whether you have a history of ear problems or allergies, that would need to be diagnosed by an ent.
Dr. Frederick Ezon
ENT and Head and Neck Surgery 46 years experience
Ear blocked: The eustachain tube connecting the back of your nose and your ear is getting blocked. The pressure can them build up behind your eardrum causing pain. This may also decrease your hearing temporarily and cause the ringing.

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A 42-year-old member asked:

Mild ear pain from time to time, constant ringing in right ear. Pressure in right ear and squeeking when i pinch my nostriles closed and blow?

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Dr. Steven Hill
Family Medicine 23 years experience
See Doctor: You could try irrigating your ear after using over the counter ear wax softener - you may have eustachian tube dysfunction and this should be evaluated by your doctor.

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