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Has Cardiomyopathy. Suddenly started feeling cold, dizziness and ear block. Reason?

Hello sir i neef to ask for my mother she is suffering from cardiomyopathy from last 7yrs. But day before yrstrrfay when she came fom toilet on thr morning suddenly she stsrted freling cold and dizziness and after tha she felt her ear blocked and till now she ould not listen properly from her lefy ear what can be thr rrason pls tell me
Asked On : Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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you have not mentioned the kind of cardiomyopathy she has. Description of your problem seems to relate more to a naso-pharyngeal (nose and throat) cause rather than a cardiac cause. it may be only a blocked eustachian tube due to inflammation of throat/nose, but it will be most prudent to consult and get her examined by general physician or ear nose throat (ENT) specialist to ascertain the cause. you can always revert back to me for any clarification about her cardiomyopathy part with more detail.
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