Dizziness, clogged ear and hearing impairment?

Clogging of ear. Several possibilities. It depends on where the ear is clogged and why it is clogged. For example clogging of the outer ear canal with wax can cause these symptoms. Middle ear clogging can cause similar symptoms but the treatment differs.

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I don't have a fever no hearing problems just vertigo and clogged ear I need a herbal cure or diet advice please?

U need an exam. Get seen by a doc first. Maybe an ear wax impaction, infection of sinuses, inner ear problem, allergies, dental issue, nasal polyps, etc. May be meniere's disease, less likely a tumor, other. Find out first, then treat. Read more...
Med eval first. I agree w dr. Heller. Recommend evaluation by your physician to determine cause. You could have transitory sxs. Vertigo can be treated w acupuncture but should be medically assessed first. Read more...

Woke up with a clogged ear and when I talk I get dizzy?

Ears and Dizziness. It sounds like you have an ear infection. Ear symptoms that include dizziness are usually about inner ear pressure where the 'balance' nerve is found. You may need to get in to see your doctor who can look into the ear canal and then treat this problem. Read more...

It feels as though I have liquid in my ear sometimes. Ill hear it and feel it with my finger. My ear feels clogged. Could this be making me dizzy?

Doctor can evaluate. An ENT doctor can evaluate to see if there is pressure or liquid than cannot get out of the middle ear space. That can cause a clogged feeling in the ear. The ENT doctor knows a lot about dizziness from inner ear disorders, and can help evaluate for that also. Read more...
Yes. I recommend visiting an otolaryngologist (ent-ear nose throat) specialist for an examination. Read more...

Need help. I've got a problem with my right ear, there is some hearing impairment, feels like water inside.?

See an ENT. You may be right. Sometimes water behind the eardrum can lead to hearing impairment. See an ent. May need a hearing test and further treatment. Read more...