The Cause Of The Ear Feels Full Accompanied By Hearing Loss
I’m Anisa, 23 years old. Yesterday when I woke up from a nap, my ears felt very full … and also followed by a slight fever and twitching … I rarely scratched my ears, because indeed my ears were very dry … I guess, the feeling was full because of the clogged earwax, so my hearing decreased .. After I brought it to the ENT, it turned out that my ears were clean, it’s just that it was very loud in the right and left ears .. the doctor didn’t prescribe any medicine, only told to practice chewing and breathing out with the position of the mouth and nose. when I first woke up, my hearing was normal. But when I sat down to continue the activity, feeling full of ears back .. after returning from the market at dawn, my listening ability greatly decreased for some time. Please explain doc, what really happened to my ear ??
The emergence of a full sensation in the ear that after being examined by an ENT doctor there is no inflammation and it is recommended to practice chewing and breathing out with the position of the mouth and nose is very likely caused by a blockage in the eusthacius tube. The eusthacius tube is a channel that connects the middle ear to the nasal passages. The function of this tube is to regulate and maintain pressure on the middle ear canal so that it is the same as external ear pressure.
In tubal obstruction, the pressure in the middle ear can be higher and risk of causing barotrauma. Blockages in the fallopian tubes are generally triggered by sudden changes in air pressure, colds or due to inflammation of the middle ear.
However, the cause of your complaint can only be ascertained after a physical examination or a careful investigation so I suggest that you consult with a doctor who checks you to get appropriate information about your overall condition and get further treatment if necessary.
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