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Ear Popped Can T Hear
Ruptured eardrum: How do you know your ear drum is "ruptured"? a perforated ear drum does not cause pain, in fact it ruptures spontaneously to relieve eustacian tube obstruction and fluid buildup. Your pain may be due to Otitis externa or media or a completely different reason, since you have not given us any useful info we cant offer useful response. See an ENT as soon as possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello. : Hello. You may have created so much pressure when baring down, that it closed off the eustacian tubes which empty fluid and pressure from the ears down into the throat. Recommend that you consider taking an oral decongestant (can be purchased over the counter). Afrin is a nasal spray which is excellent at reducing swelling in the nares and surrounding area. It can be used twice a day for up to 3 to 5 days maximum. Take care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I can barely hear on my right ear and when i swallow saliva i hear a pop sound. Is that a ear infection?
Fluid: It is likely that this is fluid. Not all middle ear fluid is infected - you can just have fluid without an associated infection. Infections usually have associated pain and/or fever. Best way to determine if an infection is present is for someone to look at it and see if there is redness and/or if the fluid present is cloudy and pussy. ...Read more
Possibly wax: Moving your external ear changes the amount of air in your ear canal,and could cause your ear to pop a little. It's normal to have some ear wax. It's possible that having ear wax in the ear canal could make a noise when you move your ear as well. It's not necessarily excessive unless you're hearing is decreased. you could try an over the counter ear wax cleaning kit or see your doctor to check ...Read more
Can it damage middle or inner ear? I put ethyl alcohol pure in ear to unclog swim ear or wax. It hurts when i burp and I have ringing now.
My inner ear hurts often, i hear highpitched noises, I have earwax buildup, sinus pains, and loud sounds hurt.I also do not like hearing people speak?
?? inner ear: Your symptoms are fairly non-specific. The inner ear does not cause pain. A middle ear infection may hurt. If you have wax build up you need your external ear canals cleaned. Sinus pains are non-specific and have no relation to the intolerance to loud noises that you have. You need to see and ENT doctor for a diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
High frequency loss: If you are having more trouble hearing in a noisy room, you may have a hearing loss in the high frequencies (high pitches). Do you work in a noisy environment? Obtain a hearing test and let an ENT doctor explain the configuration and pathology and possible treatment. ...Read more
When I hear loud sounds my ears throb. I've tried ear plugs and I feel deaf, can I be losing my hearing? Please help me figure out so I don't hurt
I'm sure I have problems with Eustachian tube but no hearing loss ears won't pop an ringing is constant they sound like they fart wen forced help pls?
I've got ears that are scarred from previous ear infections. When i cry, my ears pop and i can't hear.?
Hearing problems: First of all, I am concerned that you are crying. I am sure you feel the need to cry, but if it is on an ongoing basis, you need to find help for dealing with whatever is causing you to cry. Secondly, if your tms are scarred form old ear infections, they do not move well and that is what could be impacting your hearing. You should see and ENT doctor to see if you can get help. ...Read more
I swallow & hear crackling noises. Dizziness. Ear Pressure Feel like stuff is oozing around deep N ear. Goopy drainage. How can I get the fluid out?
Eustachian tube...: Without a proper examination, one can't be certain; nonetheless, this strongly suggests you may have eustachian tube dysfunction. The crackling sound and sensation of feeling plugged is probably emanating from your eustachian tube attempting to equalize the air pressure of your middle ear, complicated by middle ear fluid--the hallmarks of a faulty eustachian tube. See your ENT or family md soon. ...Read more
My eustachian tube dys. Won't go away. I keep hearing clicking and sometimes my ear is muffled. What do I do?
Auditory symptoms: Not all auditory symptoms are referable to eustacian tube dysfunction. If you don't smoke, and have tried a reasonable course of over the counter antihistamines and a decongestant like pseudoephedrine, and the symptoms have lasted more than a week it might be time to see your doctor. ...Read more
Hard to say: The most common cause of ear drum fluttering is spasm of middle ear muscles. There are 2 such muscles, tensor tympani and stapedial. If this occurs with certain sounds, the chances are the level of sound energy may be too high, (greater than, say 85 decibels) these muscles tend to protect the inner ear or may go into spasm spontaneously. ...Read more
Ear popping: occurs when there is a change in the air pressure on one side of ear drum. The ear drum (tympanic membrane) is a thin flexible membrane, and changes in pressure on either side can cause it to move abruptly causing the "pop" you experience. Swimmer's ear causes swelling in the ear canal which affects the air pressure on the outside of the ear drum. ...Read more
My ears are clogged i try to yawn chew gum it won't work i hear crackling sounds I use a tip to wax my ears time to time but still clog any suggestion?
Wax or otitis: It is due to wax tou need to remove the wax. Otc wax removal work, but if not is better to see a health professional to remove the wax. If it is otitis you need a physician to take a look. ...Read more
Needs Seen: Only way to know is to be seen. ...Read more
Got Eustachian tube dysfunction symptoms, was trying to pop ear, heard air coming out one ear but not that noticeable I have to blow hard to happen?
, may have ruptured: ear drum may have ruptured by blowing so hard but usually insignificant based on just blowing . will usually resolve , unless pain no need to see ENT dr. , don't blow too hard. consider nasal steroids like Flonase to open eustacian tubes , may take a week to work well. ...Read more