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I have a cold and at certain points in the day my ears feel pressure and i feel sensative to sound.! is this normal?
No. : It is probably associated with congestion from your cold. This can derive from blockage in the eustachian tube from nasal congestion. Decongestants can help alleviate the symptoms. If it persists after your cold resolves, see your primary care physician. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Ear feels very pressurized sometimes like it needs to pop. Than it does and than it goes back to pressure. Coming off of a cold. Is this normal?
Ear popping: Sounds like a problem with your eustachian tube wich is very common after a cold. If not usually a problem in the past then this will clear up on its own usually. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Right above both side of ears I barely touch it it hurts then my head feels pressured what is this???
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Ear Pressure: We dont know anything about you and certainly not enough to offer you a relevant response. I recommend a consultation with an ENT in person or through Healthtap Prime. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Eustacian tubes: The tube that runs from your middle middle ear to your nasal passages is different in everyone, some larger or smaller, some at more of an angle....And allergies can make it less open also (it is lined with the same tissue as your nose basically). Things that can help when you fly is chewing gum, using a nose spray like afrin before you fly, or something called "earplanes", in your pharmacy! ...Read moreGet help now ›
ETD: It sounds like you are having trouble equalizing the pressure in your middle ear. This often creates a fullness, like you want to pop or clear your ears. It is called eustachian tube dysfunction (etd). Decongestant either sprayed into the nose or taken orally can alleviate this problem. Sometimes your doctor needs to examine this and treat with other rx if no success with otc rx. ...Read moreGet help now ›
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No: Anytime your ear pops, you are normalizing the pressure in the middle ear - behind the ear drum. This should occur several times throughout the day without you even trying to pop it. It will pop on its own when you swallow or yawn. So you do not need to re-pressurize it. ...Read moreGet help now ›
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