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Ears plugged, rectified after blood clot came out on blowing nose. Cause of blood clot?

Well i really hope you can my ears have been plugged for a long time now an i c ant get them unclugged but tonight i blew my nose and a jelly like blood clot come out and now my left ear dont feel plugged but my rite side is still plugged why was there a blood clot in my ear an could it be the same way on the other side an what causes that ?
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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HI I have gone through your mail and as you said that you feel your ears are blocked for a long time you were unable to unplugged them but tonight when you were blowing your nose you find blood mixed thick mucus came out and you get relief in your ears.Your this story indicate that you are having acute upper respiratory tract infection which had reach to your middle ear via eustechian tube (tubular connection between ear and throat )and giving you feeling of blocked or plugged ear,and during blowing of nose air enters the ear by same route thus thick mucus of middle ear comes out in external ear canal by creating small hole in ear drum,blood which you have seen had came from ruptured ear drum after this you felt better,Now you please contact your E.N.T.specialist for proper treatment otherwise this ruptured ear drum will create problem because such type of perforation of drum responds excellent on conservative treatment.
Answered: Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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