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My right ear sounds like it has water in it. Will a peroxide rinse of the ear canal help "dry it out"?

My right ear sounds like it has water in it.  Will a peroxide rinse of the ear canal help "dry it out"?

NO: The sensation may be due to fluid in your MIDDLE EAR BEHIND your ear drum! This is usually due to a upper respiratory virus..for example RHINO-VIRUS ..AKA the COMMON COLD! Try using a NASAL SPRAY along with OTC DECONGESTIVE EG: SUDAPHED!!!! Hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read more

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Sounds like I have water in my ear, help?

Sounds like I have water in my ear, help?

See ENT: Ent should be able to relieve this problem without too much difficulty. ...Read more

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A loud noise went off by my ear & now my ear has been ringing for 2 days, including a "rushing water" sound. Will this ever go away? Is it damaged?

A loud noise went off by my ear & now my ear has been ringing for 2 days, including a "rushing water" sound. Will this ever go away? Is it damaged?

Doubtful; possibly: Tinnitus (ringng in ear) following loud sound may improve somewhat with time, but likely there will be some permanent hearing deficit. See ENT specialist for exam including hearing test & treatment options. ...Read more

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Sounds of water filling up in ears what could this be?

Sounds of water filling up in ears what could this be?

Serous effusion: Fluid can build up behind your eardrum if you have swelling in your throat for a few days (called eustacean tube dysfunction). Negative pressure develops in middle ear, pulls eardrum tight, and wicks off fluid. It can produce muffled sounds and occasional sharp ear pains. It resolves on its own (usually). ...Read more

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What does 'fluid' in menier refer to? I can make 'click/crack' sound in my ear everytime and it sound like fluid/water...

What does 'fluid' in menier refer to? I can make 'click/crack' sound in my ear everytime and it sound like fluid/water...

TMJ Sounds?: The menier's syndrome is not well known to me so i can not speak on that. However the fluid that the inner ear utilizes to control balance is no where near the area were you could hear sounds produced by it. I would more likely assume that you are hearing crepitus from your temporomandibular joint. Tmj pain and noises are a very common problem for people and can present with varying symptoms. ...Read more

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