hi there! I supposedly have vertigo. I wonder if it has to do with the fact that my left ear (only) lets out a stream of air - while or after sneezing, coughing or holding my nose closed. Again, only left ear shoots stream of air. Could this be causing vertigo or balance problems?
Differential diagnoses in a case of vertigo include labrynthitis,vestibular neuronitis,meniere disease,bppv,neurological disorders,tumprs.Vertigo on attempted coughing,valsalva(nose closed) could be due to superior semicircular dehiscence syndrome.A eustachian tube dysfunction can be the cause of not letting air out through right side.Consultation with ent specialist is needed to examine your ears and reach at a diagnosis.
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