Aching And Sore To The Throat When Swallowing To Ear Pain?
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Infection of the nasal mucosa can also cause the condition of the Eustachian tube which connects the nose to the middle ear to become inflamed and swollen due to widespread infection. Inflamed fallopian tubes will be covered in mucus and cause full-like ear sensation. In addition to full sensation in the ear symptoms of ear pain, hearing loss, or ringing can occur.
Other conditions that cause fallopian tube blockages such as allergic reactions and paranasal sinus infections. This condition is more commonly experienced at the age of children due to anatomical factors of the fallopian tubes which are more gentle so that the spread of infections from the nose and throat can easily occur.
Inflammation must be treated so as not to spread the spread of microorganisms to the middle ear. Treatment includes handling infections, antihistamines to reduce symptoms of colds or allergies, and decongestants to reduce blockages in the fallopian tubes. To reduce the symptoms of blockage, you can chew gum, yawn, or exhale while closing your mouth and nostrils.
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