Sore Throat And Ears Feel Full?
Hello, for a few days my throat has been hard to swallow, like someone is stuck, but why are you swallowing food and drinks?
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Related to the conditions experienced. It should be noted and delivered the following points.
- Since when did you experience this?
-will be accompanied by hoarseness or pain when swallowing
-were accompanied by a sense of ringing in the ears or hearing loss
-Is there a history of similar pain before
- is there a history of ear trauma
Some things that might be the cause are.
Otitis media is an infection of the middle ear, precisely in the cavity behind the eardrum. This middle ear infection, often arises from coughs in colds, flu, or previous allergies. Some things that are felt are the ears feel full, talking feels unclear or unclear, beginning with flu-like symptoms. This is closely related to the relationship between the ear and mouth through the eustachian tube which usually opens or closes when opening the mouth, yawning, or eating
Meniere's disease is a disorder that occurs in the inner ear, which causes symptoms of spinning dizziness (vertigo), ringing in the ears (tinnitus), and pressure on the ear. Meniere's disease can also cause loss of hearing ability that arises, which results in permanent deafness.
Sore throat is sometimes also accompanied by hoarseness. Sore throat is very common in children aged 5-15 years. However, adults of all ages can also experience it. Strep throat can spread from one person to another and disrupt the function of the throat. To overcome this condition, doctors can give antibiotics and throat lozenges. In addition, strep throat patients are also encouraged to drink lots of water and rinse with salt water.
The above can be prevented by the following steps:
Keep away from exposure to cigarette smoke and air pollution.
Nutrition is enough to increase endurance
Avoid inserting objects into the ear
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