Tonight, Doc. My ears feel full of air after I matched with a tissue last night, I want advice on what drops are right because I put in the water but the water won’t come in, Doc. Thanks.
Thank you for the question.
Excessive ear scraping, including using tissue paper, can cause earwax to accumulate inside and harden making the ear feel full. It could also, a sense of fullness in your ear indicates an inflamed ear due to your actions scraping the ear (otitis externa). If there is some tissue left in the ear, this can also make the ear feel full.
In addition to the factors above, feeling full in your ears can also arise due to the introduction of foreign bodies, Eustachian tube dysfunction, otitis media, otosclerosis, benign or malignant tumors around the ears, nerve disorders, psychological disorders, and so on.
In order to improve, it is recommended that you stop inserting anything (including water, tissue, or other objects) into the ear. It's safer, resolve your complaints first with plenty of rest, keep your ears clean and dry, no longer poking around at your ears, don't leave the house unless it's urgent (especially for diving or traveling to the highlands), avoid noisy exposure around the ears, and don't also randomly exchange ear phones with other people.
If your complaint does not improve for a long time, if there are severe headaches, excessive ear discharge and abnormal, or also significant hearing loss, do not delay to check yourself directly to the doctor or ENT doctor at the nearest health facility so that it is handled properly according to the cause huh ..
I hope this helps.