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Ears ringing, pressure in head, popping sound when swallowing

i have this ringing in my ears for sometime and its getting louder, I also hear thumping like drums every morning and my head fill like pressure on my tample area and is really getting me all anxious and nervous, I m been taking medication for blood pressure for years now, but i had this ringing and like fullness and poping sound when I swallow for sometime like 2 years if not more, I called the doctor but appoinment untill end of september, please help, thanks.
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
hi and thanks for the query,
ringing generally occurs because of inner ear problems or due to block of the eustachian tube.
popping that you are hearing is also due to malfuctioning eustachian tube.
see an ENT to know the exact cause of ringing.
you may need an audiometry test as well.
Dr Rajkishori Godhi.
Answered: Sat, 22 Feb 2014
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