The Ears Sounded And The Nose Was Blocked?
Good afternoon, I want to ask … So, my ears sounded 3 days ago to this day, but since 2 days ago my nose was blocked, is there any connection? Approximately how to cure it huh? Thank you…
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints voice noises, actually needs to be clarified again whether your ears make a real sound like a whistle and can be heard by others, or make a sound that only you can hear it as in the sense of buzzing, ringing, or other types of sounds.
This is important because from there alone, the possibilities are already diverse. Sounding like a whistle indicates that there might be a hole in your eardrum, so that when there is air coming out of the ear, the sound is heard. For information, the middle ear cavity is indeed connected with the nasal cavity, so there could be a flow from inside the ear that blows out.
If the sound is only you who can hear, then the possibilities are even more diverse. Ringing in the ear is called tinnitus, and tinnitus can occur starting from the accumulation of dirt in the ear, elderly conditions, damage to the ear nerve, hearing music that is too loud or too loud sounds, conditions of thyroid hormone imbalance, ear infections, Meniere's disease, and much more.
As for the connection with nasal congestion, the possibility still can be yes and no, depending on the results of the examination. Our advice, with conditions as varied as possible now, you should check with your ENT doctor first, especially because three days is a long time for ear complaints. By going directly to an ENT doctor, information about yourself can be collected and with a physical examination also supported, your diagnosis can be established and the treatment that will be given to you can be more precise.
In the meantime, there isn't much you can do independently as long as the conditions aren't clear, so it's best to move yourself quickly, and just maintain your health by avoiding cigarette smoke, staying away from noise pollution, and not hearing about using earphones too tightly and often. So, hopefully answering your question.