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Left ear aching. Hearing distorted sound. Is it permanent?

My ear aches a little but that might be because I had experienced something strange. I was trying to listen to my music with headphones, but for some reason everything sounded a tad slower and lower in pitch. I just now realized that it is my left ear that is distorting the sound. I know this because I tested both of my ears with both the left and right earphone. Is this become permanent? It didn t sound like that this morning when I was listening to my music.
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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Welcome to HCM,
It seems that you might be having impacted wax in your left ear giving you this problem.
consult your doctor and get your ears examined.
If ear wax is there, put some wax dissolving ear drops for few days and after wax loosens the get it removed.
if wax is no problem then some infection or chronic cold or some nerve problem might be there.
Do not allow water in the ears while taking bath and clean ears after bath.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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