I just got on the plane 3 days ago .. strangely this is my right ear, how come I can’t lose my mind .. even though I usually get off the plane I can lose myself .. how do I get back? Cenut2 the problem and the really buzz 🙁 thank you
When boarding a plane there can be a difference in air pressure which causes complaints that the ears feel full, buzzing, to pain. This condition generally improves after getting off the plane. While on the plane, passengers can swallow and chew to help reduce complaints in the ears.
If ringing persists, then it is necessary to think about other possibilities. Some of the causes of ringing in the ears include:
Exposure to loud or noisy voices Infection and inflammation of the ear canal Blockage of earwax Benign tumors of the auditory nerve Side effects of some drugs Meniere's disease History of head injury / trauma Otosclerosis disorders of the neck and jaw If the ear ringing is very disturbing to the point of hearing loss, it is better You consult directly with an ENT doctor so that further tests can be done to confirm the condition of your ears and also the cause of your complaint. The doctor will conduct an interview, a physical examination using an otoscope and tuning fork, and if necessary perform supporting examinations such as audiometry, CT scan, or MRI.
If the cause of the complaint has been confirmed, the doctor can provide the right treatment for you. Handling will be adjusted according to the results of the examination. While waiting to see the doctor, you can do the following tips:
Keep the ear from getting into the fluid. Use ear protection when hearing a sound that is too loud or noisy. Avoid digging too deep. Avoid being in a place that is too quiet. Get enough rest. The following articles are related to the topic of your question:
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Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y