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Robotic sound to the voice. Feels like it gets all right if ear is popped. Suggestions?

2 days ago I noticed a very slight robotic sound to my voice from my right ear. I hear it when others talk, when I talk, when Im on the phone, etc. I do not have a cold right now nor have I had one recently. I feel like it needs to be popped or like I need to clean it out. It feels like yawning really good one time would fix it but it does not help. This morning it wasn t as noticeable but by mid afternoon it was full force again. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, ashley
Asked On : Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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HI I have gone through your mail and as you said you feel some robotic sound in your right ear,you are hearing this sound whenever you talk to somebody,you are also feeling fullness in your right ear and you becomes comfortable during yawing. After considering all about your complaints, I am suspecting that you have eustechian tube dysfunction which leads to negative pressure in your middle ear which is responsible for fullness and echo sound in your right ear. You are advice to go for these investigations- (1) Pure tone audiometery, (2) Impedance audiometry,(3) X-Ray paranasal sinuses, (4) X-Ray right ear -shuller's view.You are also advice to contact your E.N.T.specialist for physical examination and clinical co-relation of investigations for making diagnosis and treatment. Thanks.
Answered: Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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