My right ear feels like it is clogged. It has been like that for about a week. Yesterday while a friend was giving me a hug I felt like some strong wind current blew into my ear for like 2 seconds and it felt weird, the noise that the "wind current" made was kind of the same as when water gets into my ear in a pool, but there was no water and it is impossible there was wtaer in my ear, for it was late at night and I showered in the morning.
A little bit ago I used a cutip to try to clean it cuz all of a sudden it felt warm, and it came out a bit wet, but once again, it doesn't feel like there's water in there, only like it's clogged. I can hear with it alright, but it just feels really odd and uncomfy.
What can I do? How do I make it better? It is driving me crazy...
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