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Popping sound in ears, neck swelling post removal of parotid tumor. Treatment options?

Morning, I had my parotid Tumor out tue and was let out yesterday. Even while I was in hospital and still had my drain in there was a constant popping in my ear. I got home and it s still there I have just got up this morning and the popping is still there but links like my neck has swollen to it wasn t this big when I came home yesterday
Asked On : Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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Thanks for using health care magic. I read your query and I believe there is certain amount of oedema/swelling at post operative site and popping in the ear may be due to eustachian tube blocking(Tube which connects nose to ear). but still i will suggest you to consult the surgeon as a follow up patient and tell all these complaints.
If still in doubt, please feel free to see a doctor. Please don’t hesitate to consult and ask for any more queries.
With best wishes for a speedy cure
Dr Ajay Lavania
Answered: Tue, 26 Nov 2013
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