Blocked Ears


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People often attend their doctor complaining of blocked ears.  Two of the most common causes of blocked ears are ear wax and eustachian tube dysfunction.  In this section we discuss the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of these problems. We also look at other common ear conditions such as Swimmer`s Ear (Otitis Externa) and Middle Ear infections.

Swimmer’s Ear- causes, symptoms & treatment

Swimmer's Ear-causes, symptoms & treatment What is Swimmer’s Ear? Swimmer’s ear is an infection or inflammation of the outer parts of ear. It is also known as Otitis Externa. In Swimmer’s Ear there is inflammation of the outer ear canal (the part between your outer ear and eardrum). The [...]

What causes blocked ears?

What causes blocked ears? What causes blocked ears? People often attend the doctor complaining of blocked  ears. There are several common causes of blocked ears that a doctor will usually check for. Here are some of the most frequent issues. Ear wax Glands in the skin inside your ears [...]

Eustachian Tube Dysfunction- a common cause of blocked ears

Eustachian Tube Dysfunction- a common cause of blocked ears Symptoms Causes Who gets it? Treatment If you’ve ever had the sensation that your ears are blocked, or you feel you need to pop them but they just won’t pop, you may have had “Eustachian Tube Dysfunction”. It’s a [...]