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When i sneeze strongly i got pain in my right ear.

when i sneeze strongly i got pain in my right ear when i sneezed strongly i got pain in my right ear a bit. and it gradually i cant bear it.what should i do?reply me fast please
Asked On : Thu, 17 Feb 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
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Blowing nose hard or sneezing caused air to gush suddenly into the ear thro eustachian tube and causes damage to ear cavity and structures. Visit ENT expert and take advise and treatment.
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ENT Specialist Dr. Dillan Kumar Shetty's  Response
The nose and ears are connected by a tube called eutachian tube.If you sneeze strongly,then pressure may be transmitted to your ear causing pain.Also there is a chance that the possible infection may be transmitted to the ears cauding a condition called acute otitis media inwhich case you will need medication.You must consult an ENT specialist as soon as possible who will examine your ears and prescribe medications.
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