The Relationship Between Sounds In The Left Ear And Contact Lens Use?
When using contact lenses and every time I blink, why is there a sound in my left ear? Like the sound of krrrkk krrkkk, but only every time it blinks
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The complaint that you are experiencing, with the sound in the left ear, should not be related to the use of contact lenses or contact lenses. This is because there is no link between the ear canal canal and the outer layer of the eye, so the two conditions should not be related. Another case might be with ears that feel clogged when boarding a plane but feel relieved when we yawn or chew, because there are channels that connect between the ear and the oral cavity.
So that the condition you are experiencing may just be a coincidence, that there is a sound in the ear that arises when you are using contact lenses, or actually the sound is not in the ear, but comes from your contact lens. Sounds in the ear can appear due to foreign objects or insects that enter the ear, and sounds that arise from contact lenses can be due to damage to the surface.
However, a direct check must be carried out to avoid misunderstanding. So if you believe that the sound is in your ear, you can immediately consult a ENT doctor to see if there is something in your ear canal that is the cause of the sound. If you are still in doubt, you may also consult yourself to a general practitioner first to be guided later to the appropriate specialist if necessary.
Meanwhile, if you have glasses, it is better not to use contact lenses first until the source of the problem is clear, keep your contact lenses clean, and make sure your hands have been washed before touching the contact lenses. So, hopefully answering your question.