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Ear popped and feel dizzy. Ear is blocked by layer of skin. Operations did not help.

I have always had a problem with my left ear and over the years it has become completely blocked in front of the ear drum with a thick layer of skin. Have had 2 operations but neither worked. Recently my ear popped and it was really loud and it left me feeling very dizzy. It also happened when i blew my nose. Should i see my doctor?
Asked On : Sun, 14 Apr 2013
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
You must see an ENT specialist and get ears examined.
It could be because of the blowing of nose that the nasal infections move towards the ears and then cause this blocked sensation.
then it could be because of more blowing that the pressure increased and you had popped up sensation and dizzy feeling.
You may need to take--
oral and nasal decongestant
most importantly do not allow water to enter your ears.
Answered: Fri, 28 Jun 2013
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