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Right ear block and mufled voice
My right ear has muffled voice and it seems eco As well, feel blocked also, some time I feel salty water Like running nose water in my throat coming from right ear. I took heated pad , it gave sone relief, also I feel watery sensation in that ear. I showed to ent but no results,taken steroids and congnix plus tablebut no results. Doctor said it is tinnitus and u have to live with this Any suggestions. I got this issue after doing my gym workout and I was using the earpads . Sometime lastys iwas feeling muscles stiffness in myear and feel some cold sensation also before this muffled voice and echoing. I have a very mild buzzing sound also, but that is not bothering me.
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Ma’am to diagnose your problem u need to give a detailed history and show ua ears and the investigation reports u have done till now on a thorough video consultation. As the doctor has said u have to live with it that means probably u are having a sensorineural hearing impairment with tinnitus. But the symptoms you are describing is probably pointing to an external ear or middle ear problem like perforated drum(csom) or wax etc. Examination of your ear and a pure tone audiometry will reveal the cause of your problems, if you are having a sensorineural hearing impairment on PTA with a difference of more than 30db between the two ears, then u need an MRI to rule out a CP angle pathology.
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