Overcome A Blocked Right Ear?
at nightrnDoc, I’m a 31 year old malernI have a blocked ear on the right. Before that I had the flu for almost 2 months and it hasn’t healedrnBefore that, I also had a blocked right ear 1 week ago, only healed, the doctor said. check for obstruction from behind the ear because of the flurnAnd after 1 week the right ear is back again blocked, the symptoms are exactly the same as last week, only when I checked again in the endoscope, now there is white behind the drum. Only the symptoms are the same as last week.rnWhat I want to ask is why you always get clogged like this with your right ear.rnThen the symptoms last week and now are almost the same, only the diagnosis is differentrnAnd one more thing I don’t feel pain in the ear or dizziness out of balance in the ear. If the infection is usually sick or dizzy, if not
Hello. Often the ears feel clogged can indeed be caused by various things. And the symptoms are also almost similar to one another. In order to determine the cause, it is best to see a doctor immediately. Keep in mind that the ear, nose and throat have a connecting channel. Between the nose and the ear is the eustachian tube. When the flu or cough will cause disruption of the fallopian tubes so that it can make the ears feel stuffy and clogged. If the flu often occurs then complaints of clogged ears will also often occur. It does need to be further examined for the repetitive mechanism of the blocked ear. You should consult with your ENT doctor again, you follow the procedures and treatment carried out. Because the doctor has a treatment plan that will be given to the patient. The doctor will check for problems with your inner ear. If necessary, additional examinations such as X-rays and CT scans will be carried out
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dr. Eni Yulvia S