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Weird feeling in ears, difficulty in hearing post flu shot, test showed hearing loss. Thoughts?

Last year I got my flu shot around 2:30 pm. Before my shift was over, my ears started to feel funny. The next day my ears echoed. If someone was in front of me talking and the TV was on, I had a hard time hearing them. I went to the doctor. They did a hearing test which showed hearing loss . I went to the ENT and he found nothing. Both denied it was from the flu vaccine . I have never had troubles with my ears. What are your thoughts? This echoing lasted about three months.
Asked On : Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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This hard of hearing and flu shot are never interrelated. But, they seem to be incidental. May be due to the blockage of Eustachian tube-which connects ear and nose, your ears may have got blocked.
I hope you are cured of the echoing.
Answered: Fri, 29 Nov 2013
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