My ear has been clogged for a month

 

Have you had an earache for several months? Have you had ear infections for several months and have you been bothered? Are you worried about your condition with a few months of ear cramps?

In the following, we will talk about fullness and heaviness of the ear. In the following, we will present everything you need to know about ear cover in simple language, stay tuned.

 

Introduction

What are the causes of earwax?

Ear congestion and its diagnosis

When is it necessary to see a doctor with an ear cap?

Concluding remarks

 

 

Introduction

Why do we feel clumsy?

It may have happened that you have felt a limited and temporary cramping of the ear for a few hours or a few days. This condition can be uncomfortable despite being benign and transient.

Some people may experience recurrent hoarseness and tinnitus for a longer period of time or chronically and frequently.

Why these people experience ear infections for a longer period of time is something we want to address more.

There are many different types of ear congestion, so there are a variety of factors that can cause capillary congestion and even hearing loss and tinnitus. Often the underlying cause goes away and ear cramps and other problems are temporary, but sometimes there are other disorders that can cause a prolonged feeling of ear ringing and even permanent hearing problems. We emphasize that if your ear canal lasts chronically, you must see a doctor immediately.

 

 

What are the causes of earwax?

In this section, we want to point out some of the most common causes that cause cramps, fullness and heaviness in the ears. In each section, name the symptoms and to some extent diagnose and treat:

 

  • Ear Infections Middle ear infections

It is very common in infants 6 to 24 months. Adults may also experience a middle ear infection that doctors call otitis media. Symptoms that people with otitis media may have include:

 

Headache, insomnia and restlessness, especially in infants and young children

Anorexia, diarrhea, vomiting, low-grade fever and earache

Causes of middle ear infections include viruses and bacteria, and sometimes a combination of both. Allergies also pave the way for ear infections following the entry of allergens. Other factors include the following:

  • Lack of breastfeeding
  • Vitamin A deficiency
  • Use of implantable hearing aids
  • Favorable genetics
  • Structural anomalies
  • Going to kindergarten and living in orphanages
  • Exposure to cigarette smoke and polluted air

 

It is necessary to see a doctor to treat ear infections and capillaries. If there is a bacterial infection, antibiotics will be prescribed by a doctor. Be sure to take your antibiotic on time and in full dose during the treatment period. Acids or acetaminophen can also be used to reduce inflammation and pain as prescribed by your doctor.

 

  • Eustachian tube dysfunction

The main cause of congestive heart failure is Eustachian tube dysfunction.

The Eustachian tube is a narrow, short structure that connects the middle ear to the back of the nose above the throat and the top of the throat on either side, meaning that each ear has an Eustachian tube.

The function of the above tube is to ventilate the middle ear, drain the secretions in the middle ear, protect against infections and also create a balance between the pressure on both sides of the tympanic membrane. For whatever reason the Eustachian tube is malfunctioning, a person with Eustachian tube dysfunction may feel a tingling sensation in the ear.

 

  • Ear pain

The ringing in the ears disturbs the balance, the feeling of fullness in the ears and hearing loss.

 

What causes Eustachian tube dysfunction?

It is not known exactly what disrupts the function of the Eustachian tube, but it is possible that allergic reactions to infections can cause the inner lining of the Eustachian tube to swell.

 

Therefore, the inner space of the Eustachian tube becomes narrow or completely blocked; also, the deviation of the middle septum of the nose can disrupt the function of the Eustachian tube.

Another point that doctors consider important in causing Eustachian disorder is the muscles that control the opening and closing of the Eustachian pore. Defects in these muscles are also associated with dysfunction of the Eustachian tube and ear canal. An important point, especially in adults, is the presence of tumors that block the Eustachian tube at the junction with the upper throat. Traumas can also cause dysfunction.

What will be the treatment for Eustachian dysfunction?

If the function of the Eustachian tube is impaired, it usually resolves on its own within a few days. For example, swallowing saliva, drinking, yawning, and chewing can equalize the pressure on both sides of the tympanic membrane and remove the ear canal.

Surgery may be needed in people with Eustachian dysfunction that has become a permanent disorder.

 

  • Sinusitis and increased pressure inside the sinus cavities

The sinuses are hollow cavities inside the bones of our face and their walls are covered with a layer of mucus. Following infections, the allergic reactions of these cells become swollen and their secretions increase. The swollen cells can close the sinus outlet that opens into the inside of the nose. As the outlet closes, the accumulation of fluid and secretions inside the cavity increases.

Symptoms include the following:

  • Feeling of pain, pressure and tenderness on the face
  • Headache
  • Fever
  • Runny nose, accumulation of sputum behind the nose and sputum behind the throat
  • Decreased sense of smell, taste changes as well as toothache, which usually affects the upper gingival teeth.

 

What causes sinusitis and this high pressure?

The following can be mentioned: Allergies and infections History of recent dental surgeries Uncontrolled diabetes Smoking Anatomical and structural problems as well as Swimming Diving Mountaineering Climbing heights

 

  • Airplane ear (ear barotrauma)

In airplane flights, there is a problem called mountaineering, which refers to the condition of people who experience symptoms when the plane takes off or lands, ascends or descends from a peak, and listens to This is followed by very severe pain when changing altitude, including the following symptoms:

Dizziness, tinnitus, fullness and heaviness of the ear, a feeling of fluid accumulation in the ear, pain, and blood clots in the middle ear with pressure changes that occur with rapid changes in height. This experience occurs for some people.

Physicians generally find preventive measures more effective and important. For example, a person with a history of chewing gum and swallowing water, eating food while boarding or landing a plane, avoiding sleeping in these situations, and using nasal decongestants is recommended for people with a history of pre-aircraft use of anti-noise mold frames.

 

  • Compressed mass compressed ear

Ear wax is a secretion produced and secreted by cells located in the outer ear canal. It is responsible for protecting against infection and the entry of infectious agents, water and crushed insects into the ear.

Ear wax cleans and removes the ear through its mechanism; It is the disruption of this cycle that causes the accumulated ear mass.

Symptoms include earache, capillary, fullness, ear congestion

Unpleasant feeling in the ear, itchy ear in some people with cough and bad smell caused by this earwax.

Removal of compressed ear wax must be done by a trained physician. In other words, to remove this compressed wax, the following items are used according to the circumstances.

Head and monolithic agents, manual removal with probe, forceps, ear Hook , ear microsuction or ear wash.

 

  • Munir disease

It is an inner ear disease that can have a huge impact on a person's quality of life. In the early stages, the person has a slight hearing loss and can feel full. The symptoms are as follows. Diagnosis criteria are very important.

 

A person with hearing loss is in low to moderate frequencies, which usually occurs during a dizziness attack and after the attack, and feels full in the ear. It feels like ringing and tinnitus.

In the case of vertigo attacks, you may experience dizziness attacks that can last from 20 minutes to 12 hours.

The exact cause is not yet known; Both genetics and environment are probably involved in the development of this disease, in other words, what causes this disease is the accumulation of fluid and increased fluid pressure in the cochlea and atrium of the inner ear. That is why doctors call this disease hydrops endolymph.

Endolymph is the fluid inside the cochlear ducts of the inner ear, and hydrops means fluid accumulation.

There is no definitive cure for this disease, but some measures can help a person cope better with their symptoms.

 

  • Taking medications for motion sickness
  • Lifestyle changes, such as not eating high-sodium foods
  • And sometimes surgery

 

  • Acoustic tumor of the neuroma

Benign ear nerve tumor. The ear nerve has two components: hearing and balance.

Acoustic neurinoma is actually a benign tumor of the ear nerve. This nerve actually transmits environmental data and information, including auditory and balance information, from the inner ear to the brain. When the tumor grows, it puts pressure on the nerves. Balance symptoms and auditory symptoms, or both, usually occur when people have a small tumor at first. Symptoms of the tumor include dizziness, balance problems, lightheadedness, ringing in the ears, unilateral hearing loss, facial paralysis, and numbness of the affected ear and fullness of the ear.

As the tumor grows, it can put pressure on vital parts of the brain and can even be life-threatening, depending on which area is under pressure. Research shows that unilateral and bilateral tumors occur on chromosome 22 in humans due to the loss of normal function of some genes.

In these neuromas, cells grow around the nerve cells that protect the nerve cells, causing the tumor to form.

After syndromes such as neurofibromatosis, there are two types of bilateral tumors

Small tumors do not need treatment and are usually followed up by doctors in scheduled sessions. Surgery or radiotherapy, or both, may be needed if the tumor grows and pressure is applied to critical areas.

 

Ear congestion and its diagnosis

A person with earache and prolonged earache should see a doctor and get a detailed history and ask for accompanying symptoms. The patient is asked about the history of trauma surgery, the history of taking certain medications, and the occupational and family history.

Then the ear examination and the physical examination begin. The doctor performs an otoscopy and studies the health of the tympanic membrane in various ways. There are also methods that assess the movement of the tympanic membrane and show the doctor the accumulation of fluid behind the eardrum. Hearing tests and other methods may be needed. Another major case is that a person with a long ear cap must also have problems with the back of the mouth, back of the nose, above the throat and throat. In many cases, the presence of masses and tumors in this area causes the obstruction of the Eustachian tube in the throat and the dysfunction of the Eustachian tube. This causes an imbalance of pressure between the two sides of the tympanic membrane, accumulation of fluid behind the tympanic membrane, middle ear infections, and recurrent prolongation of the ear canal.

 

When is it necessary to see a doctor with an ear cap?

See a doctor if you think you have an ear infection or a sinus infection. If your doctor diagnoses a bacterial infection, use antibiotics for treatment. In cases of viral infections, supportive treatments such as nasal lavage may be necessary. In the following cases, it is necessary to see a doctor immediately. If there is bleeding and bleeding from the ear with blood clots, bloody discharge and pus from the ear, if you have severe pain or recurrent hearing loss, if you have numbness and paralysis of half of your face, and also in cases where the ear canal is long and if you have a chronic ear infection, you should see a doctor right away.

 

Concluding remarks

There are many problems that can be accompanied by tinnitus and ringing in the ears and cause hearing loss and tinnitus.

Air travel, ear infections and sinusitis, allergies, etc, can sometimes cause permanent problems.

If you have ear infections, you may experience ringing in the ears, especially in chronic and recurrent cases. You must see a doctor. An accurate history of accompanying symptoms will be provided by your doctor, along with a proper clinical examination and imaging assistance to help your doctor determine the cause of the problem.

Another point is that if the earache is due to earwax, you should avoid trying to remove the earwax arbitrarily and you should see a doctor.

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