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... aaaahhh, forgot about that pesky carotid artery (who built this thing, anyway? :p ). And I have a really good neurotologist......who is off hiking the Appalachian Trail as we speak. I do notice that sometimes things will get louder (though not painfully so) and I can actually feel the bass moving my left eardrum (kind of a fluttery feeling). (17 replies)
... my audiogram is off the charts for an adult, especially one who used to play in rock bands. ... (17 replies)
... your symptoms sound a bit like mine, going down the stapedial or palatal myoclonus, or tensor tympani syndrome road now...i can def feel the ear drum move, it has progressivley gotten worse over time. ... (17 replies)

... every single time you inhale it feels like the eardrum is moving in and out. It is extremely aggravating to be aware of the movement constantly in your ear. I found some articles at the PubMed sight that have all sorts of journal abstracts. ... (17 replies)
... your right, we are right next to each other, i live in lake forest, its a neighborhood on huntsman lake. ... (66 replies)
... vent tubes. After my surgery I was not able to feel them. I suppose Dr. Poe will give you the same like I had. ... (178 replies)
... this is kinda similar to me. when i sleep on which ever ear hurts...kinda extra sensitive...and ear feels like it bends easy and hurts...also hard to describe... ... (66 replies)
... Paying attention to my symptoms this morning - -Tried to sleep on left side last night, and right side still bothering more today. Since left side was bothering me a little bit, think it'll just be which ever side I sleep on more. -The reason I don't breathe through my nose is because it sets off the symptoms in my ear -When the symptoms are active, my voice is... (66 replies)
... i feel like i'm playing the game "taboo" in here! ... (66 replies)
... sniffling. Ended up canceling my evening plans cause it took my energy away, not to mention it's kinda hard to socialize when your throat's burning and you feel lightheaded. ... (66 replies)
... tube but a very simple grommet which should fall out within the year. I got tinnitus along with my first ear infection and it has never left me since. ... (35 replies)
... Your story sounds like mine. I have never had an ear infection as an adult. 6 days ago I was disgnosed with severe Otitis Media in my right ear sollowing a sinus infection. After antibiotics and ear drops, I feel the same way that you do. ... (1 replies)
... blood draining from my ear. The ENT looked in my ear and said he can see why I am in so much pain. he said that it was bright red with infection and should be the color of my skin. He said I had a pretty bad case. ... (13 replies)
... I have never felt any pressure, I just start to hear my own breathing and my own voice when I talk. The weird thing is that it goes away some days, and then comes back. ... (35 replies)
... i have it, in the middle ear and e tube, i had both the tensor tympani and stapedial severed in the right ear and the tt in the left, it helped but its not all gone. ... (7 replies)
... and the ear popping did seem to become a little less frequent for a few weeks there. ... (7 replies)
... a small "tube" from the middle ear to the throat area is to equalize the pressure on either side of the ear drum. ... (143 replies)
... I admire your fortitude and persistance. Mine started in 1999 and it seems like forever ago. Like you said, about the only comfort one can take from this is that we are not alone. ... (6 replies)
... suffering horribly from a trauma to my left ear. My ear feels plugged and tender, sometimes there is snapping and popping when I swallow, sometimes I hear myself breathing followed by a hideous pop and I experience this maddening twitching and thumping in my ear. Sometimes this even happens in my good ear. ... (2 replies)
... in the higher frequencies. I was directed to consult with an ENT to address the conductive hearing loss, and he confirmed that I have otosclerosis in both ears. This was not a big shock, as my mother also suffered from otosclerosis. She had stapedectomies in both ears over 20 years ago. ... (19 replies)

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