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Vacuum built up behind eardrum, vibrations felt leading to headache. How to treat it?

Hi, I am suffering from vacuum in my right ear, when i yawn there is a vacum built up behind eardrum , the ear starts like exploding towars outside. I feel like blocked in right ear. While breathing it feels like something is trying to get outside when i exhale and when inhaling seems like some liquid in ear. I am feeling vibrations in right ear also which come and go time by time and created headache also. My right side bone is large however i am able to breathe without much difficulty. Kindly suggest...
Asked On : Thu, 17 Jan 2013
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
I am Dr Ravinder sharma. On the basis of the information provided you are suffering from eustachian tube block or secretory otitis media. Eustachian tube connects ear and throat and if it gets blocked it may lead to these symptoms. You will require ENT sonsultation and a tympanometry for the diagnosis. Foe the time being I can advise you for decongestant nasal spray and stem inhalation. I hope this answrs your concern. Feel free to contact me if you require more information about it

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Ravindr Sharma
Answered: Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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