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Had ear pain. Hearing buzzing sound. Reason?

Hi, i Am 25 years old. couple of days ago while asleep suddenly i felt a acute pain in my left ear and i was not able to sleep. after few hours the pain reduces little. now the pain is completely stopped. but i started hearing a buzzing noise in my ear from yesterday. its gradually increased and now its very irritating to me.
Asked On : Mon, 27 Aug 2012
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Hi and thanks for the query,
It is possible that the ear is infected since there was pain.
You need to pay a visit to the ENT specialist for confirmation.
Meanwhile follow some general measures.
1) Put otrivin or any other decongestant nose drops and follow it up with steam inhalation 3 times daily for 5 days. It will unclog the tubes that connect the ear to the nose
2) Avoid cold foods and air conditioning.
3) Blow 2 balloons per day.
4) Keep your ears dry and do not probe your ears.
You may require an antidiotic so please visit a doctor.
Once the infection subsides the buzzing will come down.
Regards, Dr Kishori.
Answered: Mon, 23 Dec 2013
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