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Echo in ear when talking, mouth twisting

it s like when i talk, there is a very loud echo of what i say in my right ear, and when i talked it felt like my mouth was twisty...hard to explain, but it did go away after about an hour or so...i work at 7-11 and deal with customers all day so it was so annoying that i just stopped talking for a while. sorta felt like how it feel with i get off a airplane. thanks sorry no money right now....guess i will just have to see what happens....thanks anyways
Asked On : Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
Dear Turner
Hello I am Dr Ravinder Sharma ENT surgeon
On the basis of information provided it appears you have a problem in the middle ear (may be a retracted drum or fluid in middle ear), which is causing autophony (hearing your own voice) However you wil need a work up by a ENT surgeon with audiometry and a tympanometry test will actually help in knowing the extnt of disease.
I hope this answers your concern
with regards
Ravinder Sharma
Answered: Sun, 16 Sep 2012
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