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Symptoms of a clogged eustachian tube
You may have one or all of these symptoms:
Middle Ear clogging can be caused by sinus flare ups, allergies, cold and flu, sinus surgery, Eustachian Tube Dysfunction, small or narrow or mishappen E tubes, swimmers ear, scuba diving, flying, blowing your nose, ear infection, and many other things.
If you ear drum has burst due to the internal pressure you will have thin yellow fluid drain our of your ear, often on your pillow at night when you sleep. Don't worry, you ear drum will heal back up in a few days on it's own.
A Little History
The build up of fluid in the ear from infections has been known for at least 2500 years and has been described since the time of Hippocrates, the father of medicine. Fluid in the middle ear cavity may hamper conduction of sound, leading to partial deafness. Drainage of the ear cavity through an incision made in the ear drum (myringotomy) was first described in the 18th century as a means to cure deafness.
The inner ear, or Eustachian tube, can become clogged with mucus just like sinus cavities, caused by excess mucus from allergies and colds and sinusitis wikipedia:Rhinosinusitis. Swelling in the nasal, and facial sinuses is common. If swelling occurs in the ear sinus (Eustachain tube), mucus or even pus if there was an ear infection or otitis media, can become trapped there, causing a feeling of swollen, clogged, plugged, sore, congested ears, poor hearing, or even a feeling of water sloshing deep in the head. This solution can be done at home and relieves Eustachian tube dysfunction (ETD) and swelling so that the mucus can drain naturally.
Read more about ETD symptoms and causes here or read about Dizziness and Balance Sympyoms and the Ear.
This is an amazingly detailed study of the Etube and ear and sinuses and how the Etube clogs written by a medical panel for a medical journal for an article about head and neck surgery. A must read!