The Sound In The Left Ear Sounds Smaller Than The Right?
Excuse me r nI’m sorry to bother … r n r nDo sorry I want to ask, why is my left ear really sounding uncharacteristic as usual, this is my fault, I tried to wash my face and ears but how come it’s a little rich That’s the sound of my left ear, and I try to press the ear or like pumping it but nothing has changed, I try to insert my pinky finger and as a result the same still sounds small, r nWhat’s the solution and how to handle it because the doctor sPTHT at my hospital last Saturday, r n r nThank you doctor greetings from me Radiographers of the hospital Dr. Suyoto r nPlease answer
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Hearing loss can be caused by problems with ear conduction or ear supply. In disorders of ear conduction, problems occur in the external ear or middle ear. Conduction disorders are usually characterized by hearing loss with sensations such as closed ears and the sound itself can be heard louder. Based on your story, you might experience problems due to ear wax blockage. Ear wax is a liquid that is normally released by the ear as a form of defense. Ear cerumen in general does not need to be removed manually because it will come out by itself. However, prying ears, both with fingers and other objects, can make this wax accumulate and join the layers of skin. When poured with water, this collection of cerumen can be enlarged and cause complaints of hearing loss. When you try to remove it by inserting a finger, the action can actually make the stacked sample get deeper.
This problem can actually be overcome by general practitioners. You can see the nearest GP. The doctor will use a special tool to see the condition of your ears. If it is true that there is a cerumen blockage, the blockage will be removed. However, if the cerumen is hard or too large, the doctor may need to give ear drops for a while to soften it. In addition, various other possible problems still cannot be ruled out. You need to be examined directly by a doctor. The doctor will provide therapy that suits your condition. If if the problem that you experience can not be handled by a general practitioner, the doctor will explain to you and refer you to an ENT specialist. Your doctor may give you medicine for a while. Meanwhile, avoid inserting fingers or any objects in your ear because it can hurt the ear and can cause your problems to get worse.
That's all information from me. May be useful.