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Last night, I was in a bit of a bad situation. Leaving out details, I was choked. It wasn't too badly, for about ten seconds at the very most. But something odd happened and my ear went almost inverted (as if it had popped, like when you are on a plane). This only lasted five minutes, then my hearing returned but my ear hurt for a few hours after. It did not bleed or anything though. I am sure I was not hit in the head, so I'm thinking maybe it was a build up of air pressure from the choking?
I woke up this morning fine. No headache or build up of fluid or anything. My pupils seem fine. Do you think I need worry or...?
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