Causes Ringing In The Ears And Ear Pain?
Good Morning, r nBefore complaining, maybe I better tell you first. R n r nSo like this, I have a cold. The mucus in the nose got bigger, right. I was not comfortable with this situation, I finally threw it away in the bathroom. After I pushed the mucus out, with a sigh, my ears were buzzing. not as usual, this time my hearing was actually getting better. like closed and buzzing all night. I panicked, I thought there was water coming in. after that I put water into the ear instead of “opening” the result was more pain and more buzzing. luckily I have a solution to reduce the pain and hum, by pulling my ear lobe. r n r n If you may know, is this just a pressure effect of influenza? or any ear infection?
Ringing sensation and pain in the ears can be caused by a variety of causes. Basically, organs such as ear, nose and throat are connected.
From the situation you are experiencing, the pain in the inside of the ear accompanied by a feeling like buzzing may be due to the effect of the cold cough that you are experiencing. A cold cough can cause a difference in pressure in the ear, which can cause a feeling of ringing and pain in the ear. This is a normal thing to happen, and usually the discomfort in the ear will subside after a cold cough clears up.
However, if the buzzing and pain doesn't get better after the cold has disappeared, then it may be due to several causes, such as:
Acute otitis media / inflammation of the middle ear otitis media effusion mastoiditis sinusitis perofrasi eardrum therefore, if your condition continues to occur, or if the complaint is getting more painful, you should see a doctor directly so that the doctor can check your condition directly. live. maybe later additional tests will be done such as blood tests, X-rays, or CT SCAN / MRI if necessary.
Here's an article you can read about ringing in the ears
may be useful. thank you