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My girl keeps having riging and popping in the ears what would it be ?

My girl keeps having riging and popping in the ears what would it be ?

Congestion maybe: Acute ringing or popping sensation can occur when the estuchian tube is congested due to cold, sinusitis, etc. Leading to pressure differences between the inner and outer ear. In children, this can potentially lead into an ear infection or otitis media. Have your pediatrician check the ears. ...Read more

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What causes a 17 year old girl to experience pain and also a feeling of bubbles popping above the navel area?

What causes a 17 year old girl to experience pain and also a feeling of bubbles popping above the navel area?

Hernia possible: The area around the umbilicus, fancy term for belly button, is a weak point on our bellies given that the cord had the go there in between the abdominal muscles. If you are experiencing pain and some bubble pop sensation you may have a little tear here and your intestine or inner abdominal contents may be peeking through your muscle. You should definitely get examined. Good luck! ...Read more

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Is it normal to have popping in the ears and headaches after scuba diving?

Is it normal to have popping in the ears and headaches after scuba diving?

Head pain: You may just have some congestion & your middle ears are in the process of equilibrating to the surface pressure. However, if you have significant pain of your ears or sinuses - this could be related to barotrauma. If you ever have serious head pain upon surfacing from a dive - then please seek prompt medical evaluation. It is very important to be exhaling through out your ascent in the water. ...Read more

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Feeling a bit head dizzy today not sure why ? I did have a cold a couple days ago but now i feel better just have some popping in the ears .Thanks u

Feeling a bit head dizzy today not sure why ?  I did have a cold a couple days ago but now i feel better just  have some popping in the ears .Thanks u

The eustation tube: between the throat and the inner ear can become temporarily blocked due to tissue swelling. Pressure builds up behind the eardrum and when the tube is forced open one experiences a pop (and often change in hearing) If there is unequal pressure in the right and left inner ear one can experience dizziness. The problem should resolve on its own. If it doesn't see the doctor to have a look. ...Read more

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Could antipyrine benzocaine ear drops help cracking and popping in the ears due to fliud ?

Could antipyrine benzocaine ear drops help cracking and popping in the ears due to fliud ?

No: Fluid in the middle ear is behind the ear drum. The antipyrine drops are instilled into the ear canal and only anesthetize the outer side of the ear drum, which would help the pain of an acute ear infection. They would have no effect on fluid on the other side of the eardrum. ...Read more

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I have a painful irritated throat with swelling in the sides of my neck and popping in the ears. What is this?

I have a painful irritated throat with swelling in the sides of my neck and popping in the ears. What is this?

Probably a URI: It sounds like you may have an upper respiratory infection or uri. It sounds like you may have a mild sore throat, possible swollen glands, nasal congestion, stuffed ears which is common with a uri. Should resolve on its own in a few days, but if not, you may want to get checked out by a medical provider as you may need antibiotics. ...Read more

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My ear keeps blocking and needs popping to unblock but crackles ?

My ear keeps blocking and needs popping to unblock but crackles ?

Eustachian tube: Eustachian tube dysfunction. Often seen with or after allergy exacerbation/ cold / sinus infection. Keep popping your ears several times a day, try saline nasal spray or rinse, otc antihistamine/ decongestant (e.g. Claritin+/- d). You may also try afrin spray for a couple of days only. See an ENT doctor if this doesn't help. ...Read more

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