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What is the cause of muzzled hearing, buzzing in the ears with dizziness ?

I am a 54 year old male and have had many sinus issues for many years such as conjestion and some sinus infections . Usually it gets better with allergy meds such as allegra . Now for about a month I have muffled hearing that switches from ear to ear, and buzzing and some dizziness. I have had my ears checked for wax at a interrnal med. doctor he said they look good. Could this proplem be a deviated septim?
Asked On : Thu, 15 Mar 2012
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Wellcome to healthcare magic. According to your description, I thought you have sinus infection due to Deviated nasal septum or any other mechanical obstruction in the nose. So you have to consult any ENT specialist who can do nasal endoscopy to find out the cause of your sinusitis. Nasal and sinus infection can cause negative pressure in the ear which leads to decrease hearing, buzzing and dizziness. Once nasal and sinus problem will be solved, your ear problem will be also solved. Have a speedy recovery.
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