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Airblow From Left Ear
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?
Eustachian tube blockage in my right ear in Feb.Yawned a lot to stabilized pressure. Developed left ear quivering; voices, noises vibrate. Annoying,?
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?
Tight forehead for years left to middle forehead .Tinnitus right ear. When i massage face or shoulders.My left ear moves up&down.Scar in front of ear
Approaches: I agree w earlier info. In addition, consider scar treatment for the scar that is anterior to your ear. It may be adhesive & respond well to acupuncture scar deactivation with or without e-stim or scar injection (not with steroids). Additionally, seeing ENT is a must for chronic tinnitus. Looks like you have already been diagnosed with stress headaches (does that mean tension headache?) you >>. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Right ear infection 8/25.On antibiotic since.Have slight ear pain and headache.loud ringing/muffled sound. Pain behind eyes. Left ear craclking.
My right ear has excessive wax build up! And my right temple keeps jumpin. Could that be from the ear wax blockage?
Ears tingle, left ear produces no wax right ear produces a lot. Cloudy mucous out of right ear, ear fullness on a boat feeling for 6 months tense neck?
Just heard a rushing sound in my right ear as my left ear became simultaneously blocked. Left ear now unblocked; no pain.
Blocked: If you have any nasal congestion the eustachian tubes in the back of your nose may be blocked by mucus. This causes a blocked feeling in your ear. Irrigating the nasal passages gently with warm salt water usually helps. With severe congestion, nasal sprays like neosynephrine or afrin can be used temporarily. See your physician if symptoms persist or pain occurs or for wax removal if needed. ...Read more
Ringing on left side in left ear? Can that be from allergies but without sinus pressure / blockage?
Ringing ear: This is unlikely allergy this could be due to wax blocking outer ear or fluid in middle ear. It can be due to nerve damage or even (in rare cases) tumors. Problems like this need to be checked by an ENT within days. Sometimes this can be serious and can lead to permanent hearing loss. Treatment may need to be started fast. Other causes could be trauma (i.e., loud noise damaging the ear). ...Read more
Tmj sm: If it related to chewing, it is most likely TMJ syndrome then you need to see your dentist, if it goes from the ear - it could be a lot of other things including ear infection, occipital neuralgia, then you need to see your primary doctor, any way take some Motrin in a mean time, it will not hurt. ...Read more
I have a bubbling/ thumping sound in my left ear. Could Eustachian Tube Dysfunction be the cause?. I have Eustachian Tube Dysfunction in right ear
Could be: And could be your external left ear, don't stick anything in your ear though, use the saline nasal washes and the nasal sprays prescribed to you, if no improvement, see your doctor/ENT, good luck ...Read more
Shar pain in right temple behind eye jaw snd ear sometimes throbbing Broke left side of jaw and car accident sometimes sitcged to left side. TMJ ??
Not enough: Not enough info to make a diagnosis. Yes, there can be traumatically induced joint dysfunction. You should be examined by an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon. ...Read more
See below: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. ...Read more
Having stuffiness in left ear and head and ringing in left ear, dr said there was pressure in left ear to take decong. I'm worried could it be a tumor?
I think you are OK: This does not sound like a symptom of any tumor. Tumors are rare, so i would not think that as the first possibility. You should follow your doctor's advice. If the symptoms keep getting worse, then you may need further testing to determine the exact cause. ...Read more