... I have been suffering from multiple ear issues, including inner ear migraines, fluctuating hearing loss, and eustachian tube dysfunction, all of which I believe are being caused by abnormally tight muscles in the head, neck, and jaw. Anyway, manipulating my eustachian tubes through the act of swallowing, yawning, or intentional ear clearing (non- Valsava, gentle procedures)... (0 replies)
... Hi there--
Well, I'm not sure what to make of that...I think they are all SSRIs, but there are differences among them. Prozac definitely wiped that out for me along with the anxiety and depression in the past. Do you still have the anxiety/depression feelings? If so, it may all just go hand it hand as it did for me. Did your dissociated feelings start after you started... (4 replies)
... ain in a certain part of my forehead or skull, but changing my sleep position makes it instantly go away. I also occasionally wake up with strong pain behind my ears but as soon as I've been awake for a minute or two and "relax" my jaw, this pain goes away. ... (1 replies)
... at it was sinus migraines, if it was one of the 7 meds that they put me on would have worked by now but its not. first i went to the ent and they told me that my ears was fine but they hurt all the time. so let me know if you have any luck with that. please. ... (4 replies)
... not been doing so great. I have a "brain fog" feeling all of the time, and since I have read some of these boards I have also noticed that I have a clicking or popping sound in my ears everytime I yawn. ... (4 replies)
... I have been having problems with my ears popping constantly. I find that during this time, my hearing diminishes. What is going on? ... (0 replies)
... I am not sure what sound you heard, but if it was ears popping, then it could be your eustacion tube... If it was like a loud ring, I get that sometimes, but it dissapates... Its just a form of tinnitus. ... (3 replies)
... I had ETD and the test they run isn't always accurate. ETD caused fullness in my ears, popping and crackling. ... (4 replies)
... Hi Newbie
I also have what you have, I have had this issue for the last 9 months and its just plain nasty.
I have every test under the sun, Mri, Ct, scans & xrays all with clear results, so now I am finally going into hospital to have grommets in my ears as its believed to be blocked eustation tubes ( Glue Ear) this is happening next Wednesday so hopefully this is the... (1 replies)
... conversations from passers by in the street or on a train or bus. Its uncomfortable listening to music, I can hear everything, but it somehow isn't right and my ears get fatigued very quickly. This has definitely made me phono phobic. I had pretty bad hyperacusis initially, so my hearing was off but noise was too loud. ... (2 replies)
... Late arrival here, but I was just curious on any updates regarding your condition, OP?
I've been having the same problem with my right ear -- popping, crackling, pressure, and pain. I'm constantly blowing to relieve my ear pressure, only for it to pop and IMMEDIATELY close up again. This started 2 years ago for me, and have struggled with it daily. So far, not one doctor... (8 replies)
... I went back and explained this and he basically discharged me because he said there is nothing wrong with your cochlear reaction, ears are not the issue. ... (2 replies)
... is problem for over 5 years! I've had ear tubes installed with no help, ear surgeries done...cut the tendons to the tensor tympani and stapedius muscles in both ears with no help, magnesium pills which helped slightly, took clonazepam which helped alot but did not fix it and I had to overdose sometimes to calm my ears down. ... (1 replies)
... allergy tests came back positive for allergy to dust, and I do not have tmj or if i did it's gone. I wear a night guard once a week, face pain is gone. That ear popping is still there! I went to a flower healer today she says it's a device that I have thoughts from my past preventing....I stopped listening. ... (8 replies)
... ear popping can be caused by TMJ dysfunction. ... (8 replies)
... because I can't focus on anything but this ear thing that i'm going through! My kids are even suffering. This is so unfair. going on for over 2 months now. The popping and crackling in my right ear and the feeling of fullness is driving me mad. ... (8 replies)
... It sounds like its related to the middle ear or TMJ.
Do changes in the outside air pressure make you feel worse? (Airplanes, driving in the mountains, etc....).
If so, I would consider would be the possibility of Perilymph Fistula. It is a rare condition, but since many of the common problems have been excluded, it would be worth considering this.
I will... (4 replies)
... I feel like I really need to talk to someone who is an expert on popping the ears so I can compare what happens with my ears as opposed to what is supposed to happen. ... (4 replies)
... all of these tests have been run with tubes in my ears due to being diagnosed with eustation tube dysfunction which is NOT the case. ... (4 replies)
Could possibly have CFS-Chronic Fatique Syndrome/Fibromyalgia?
You might want to check out these boards and see if any of those symptoms relate to you.
Wishing you the best. (1 replies)