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Right ear feels stuffed, irrigated, used Debrox drops, still clogged. Is it sinus blockage ?

Right ear feels like i have a cotton ball in it but can hear fine and doesn t hurt. I ve irrigated it with warm water, diluted hydrogen peroxide and put Debrox drops in it over the weekend, but it still feels clogged. my ear canal is a little narrower in the right ear than the left. Could it be a sinus blockage causing it?
Asked On : Fri, 5 Oct 2012
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Wow yo did so much with your ears .
I suggest you not to do all this in future.
You should consult an ENT specialist and get examined so that proper treatment can be done .
The blockage colud be because of the cotton or sinus infection but without examination its difficult to say.
If you try to clean your ears like this there are high chances that yo may damage the ear drum and then it will become a long term problem and it may be that you may require surgery later .
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