Would the irritable ringing sound in my left ear will be gone if my ear infection is gone to?

Yes. Infections usually cause fluid behind the TM if it is a middle ear infection. As the fluid goes away and pressure normalizes, ringing improves in most patients.

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My left ear were I had a ear infection is gone but now my right ear now feels full can my ear infection have moved to my other ear?

Ear infection. Your right ear may have fluid in it. See your doctor for a diagnosis. Read more...
Nasal blockage. Given a history of asthma, you likely have hay fever as well. The nasal swelling leads to obstruction at the tubes ventilating the inner ear leading to fluid in the ear. Thus your problem was not from the infection shifting from one side to the other but rather by not controlling the nasal congestion. Consult your doctor get something to open up your nose . Read more...

Is my ear infection getting worse? I've already been diagnosed with a pretty bad ear infection and they said I have a lot of wax. I've been on amoxicillan for 5 days and I still can't hear. Now my left ear (the previously healthy one is plugging up. The p

Well, . Well, it sounds as though you have a few unrelated problems going on. Let's deal with them one at a time. First, you've been diagnosed with an ear infection and placed on Amoxicillin (a safe choice for pregnant and breast feeding women). If you have no improvement in 24 to 48 hours in pain or fever, your ear infection may not clearing as well as would be expected and you may need to go in for a re-evaluation. That being said, if your only complaint is that your ear feels plugged and you're having difficulty hearing, this could be from ear fluid or from wax impaction. Frequently after an ear infection, fluid can remain behind your ear drum for up to a month. There are no medications that can get rid of this - only time or having an ear surgeon poke a hole in your ear drum to let the fluid out. The fluid is the result of the eustachian tube (the tube that connects your middle ear to your throat) not functioning correctly. This can happen from a cold, sinus infection, allergies, or an altitude change like flying in a plane. Many people also complain about a "plugged" feeling or difficulty hearing when they have a wax impaction such as what you were told you have. You can try over the counter solutions for wax or you can go to an ear, nose and throat doctor and have them clean out your ear with a microscope and special instruments. They can also tell you if anything else is going on with your ears if you are still having symptoms. Legal disclaimer: I am providing this general and basic information as a public service and my response to this question does not constitute a doctor-patient relationship. For any additional information, advice, or specific concerns, please speak with your own physician. The information provided is current as of the date of the answer entry. Read more...
Ears plugged. If you have a lot of wax, this can cause hearing loss. The bigger question is whether or not the ear drum could be seen as a result of the ear wax. If not, how could they tell you had an ear infection. Best to see someone who can clear out the ear wax and examine your ears properly. Would strongly recommend an ear, nose and throat specialist to help you out. Read more...

When I was little I had a very bad ear infection in my left ear, it took a few weeks to clear up but I even had a fever and was overall very sick. I'm 16 now and my left ear will occasionally close up with wax and it takes a few days for it to open up. My

Ear Wax. Greetings. The best way to know for sure is to have someone look into your ear. Another way would be to do a self irrigation kit but capture the irritant and look inside. Most times further medication is not needed. This ear wax buildup is unrelated to you history of the severe infection in the other ear. Read more...

Last night I bent over to pick something up and my left ear popped and then started to hurt, could this be a sign of an ear infection?

Ear pain. You may have had a cold. By ending down you may forced fluid in your middle ear causing pain this fluid called serous otitis maybe a precursor for infection. Have it checked out. Read more...
More likely pressure. You likely had an unnoticed closure of your eustachian tube that reopened to allow some air into your middle ear space.But this should not produce continuing pain. An office exam can separate the issues that will self correct vs the possibility of an ear infection that needs treatment. Read more...