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Crackling Noise In Ear When Chewing
Possibly due to wax: The crackling noise could be due to wax moving in your ear as you talk or chew. You could safely remove the wax by getting a rubber bulb that parents use to suck mucus from children's noses. Fill the rubber bulb with warm water and gently squirt the water into your ears. This can take a couple of tries but it can safely clean out your ears. Don't use a q-tip those can cause ear trauma. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I hear/ feel a crackling+ popping sensation in both my ears when I chew or swallow. I've had this for two years is there anything I can do?
See your doctor: Start by seeing your doctor for a. Exam. If your doctor finds nothing have a referral to ent specialist for a more thorough exam. Start there ...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
TMJ syndrome: The most ear pain is not caused by an inner ear infection it caused by TMJ. The temporo-mandibular joint is located extremely close to the ear canal and middle ear and mimics year problem. Sometimes, people will think that they have a sinus infection because of the combination of facial pressure and ear pain that they experience due to TMJ. See your PCP for diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I went to a concert a couple of days ago and my ear feels sensitive when I drink soda etc. or chew food. Will it get better with time?.
Nonspecific: This symptom is nonspecific and could indicate mild infection/inflammation in the external ear canal or ear drum. An inflamed throat can also cause referred pain in the ear. It's unlikely that loud noise at the concert caused this. If symptoms persist or worsen your physician or otolaryngologist can evaluate,advise and treat you. ...Read more
Jaw clicking?: Clicking of one's jaw upon opening and closing is very commonly a sign of TMJ (jaw joint) disorder. It is common in those that grind there teeth at night. It can lead to pain in that area that is can be confused with ear problems. A dental visit will be worthwhile for these patients. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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