I had ear tubes put in three days ago and the pressure, noise level, clogged feeling is almost unbearable. I feel as if I have an echoing in my head and I can hear my own voice rattling through my head. I can also hear when I chew and I can hear my pulse! I can also hear the air conditioner, cars, and other humming type noises at an incredibly loud level. However, I can hardly hear the TV or other people talking. I feel as if my head is underwater when I hear and the pressure is like being in an airplane. I had pressure and a clogged feeling before, but this is worse and I want to rip these things out. Has anyone else had this happen to them?? Does it go away and I just need to be patient or is this not right.
I had a tube placed in my right ear yesterday and i am feeling exactly what you described. My eardrum ruptured from an infection a few days ago so the tube has relieved some of the pain, but my ear feels completely clogged. A very annoying feeling.
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