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When I talk I can hear myself a lot louder than usual. When I am not talking I hear a constant vibration. This is the 3rd time I have experienced this?
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Dr. SG Erman
Family Medicine
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In brief: Blockage
Could be a blocked ear canal (ear wax), or a blocked eustachian tube.
I would recommend seeing your pcp.

In brief: Blockage
Could be a blocked ear canal (ear wax), or a blocked eustachian tube.
I would recommend seeing your pcp.
Dr. SG Erman
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Dr. Daniel Maddox
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
In brief: ? Eustacian tube dys
This symptom is usually associated with changes in function of the eustacian tube [the tube that connects your middle ear with the posterior pharynx].
This can be associated with allergies, or non-allergic rhinitis. A detailed endoscopic exam by an ENT specialist might be helpful.

In brief: ? Eustacian tube dys
This symptom is usually associated with changes in function of the eustacian tube [the tube that connects your middle ear with the posterior pharynx].
This can be associated with allergies, or non-allergic rhinitis. A detailed endoscopic exam by an ENT specialist might be helpful.
Dr. Daniel Maddox
Dr. Daniel Maddox
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Dr. Parmanand Parikh
Hearing loss of conductive nature,as in fluid behind the drum,or boney dysfunction in middle ear,needs to be treated,appropriately
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