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[Symptoms] air pressure hearing lost
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air pressure hearing lost
Hi to all,i have a issue with partial hear lost problably caused by air pressure,it will come back if i block my nose and apply pressure the it may poping in my ears ,the solution is temporaly,it seems that the air pressure is pushing back the mucus into my Eustachian tube ?
help please.
p.s.french speaking native sorry for the misplelling errors!
Regards
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#2
RE: air pressure hearing lost
The only thing that comes to mind would be a quick call/trip to your local Ears, Nose, and Throat doctor (or whatever the French equivalent is).
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#3
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Hi claude,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
You should talk to your doc about this if you haven't done so.
Good luck to you with CPAP therapy and also with getting your problem straightened out.
Hang in there for more responses to your post.
trish6hundred
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#4
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Do you mean proper hearing loss, or popping ears similar to altitude?
My ears pop and block sometimes with the mask on if pressure's a bit high, or if I swallow.
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#5
RE: air pressure hearing lost
Sounds like he means temporary hearing loss due to high air pressure into his nose.

This happened to me when I allowed the pressure to go too high on my Auto CPAP.

You should definitely talk to your doctor.
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#6
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I did this by mistake today: I pushed the air bubble through my ears because I didn't want to leak from my mouth. Bad idea....

I would think it might settle down overnight. Sleep resets a lot of things..... plus you'll be lying down which might contribute to a cure, too.
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#7
RE: air pressure hearing lost
lets say that i have a lost on the righ ear only aprox 40/100,feeling like pressure from elevetor going down,last time i talked abbout it to my doctor i told me to pop my ears as often i want to retrive hearing
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#8
RE: air pressure hearing lost
(10-14-2017, 10:51 AM)PollCat Wrote: The only thing that comes to mind would be a quick call/trip to your local Ears, Nose, and Throat doctor (or whatever the French equivalent is).

That would be an oto-rhino-laryngologiste or otorhinolaryngologiste (ORL).

Oui, vas-y. (Yes, go see one.)
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#9
RE: air pressure hearing lost
Merci de votre commentaire,jai deja un othrino il ma deja installer et ce a deux reprise des tubes dans mon oreille droite,ca fonctionne pendant quelque mois mais aussitot que le tube tombe ca recommence et il ne veut plus refaire la meme intervention.

TRANSLATION per Moderator:
Thank you for your comment, I already have an othrino it ma already installed and this has two times the tubes in my right ear, it works for a few months but as soon as the tube falls it starts again and it does not want to repeat the same intervention.
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RE: air pressure hearing lost
I was using a nasal mask and once they changed the air flow to 8, I started to have constant ear aches. The sleep doctor recommended a full face mask and sure enough, the ear aches stopped. You may need to change masks. Talk to your doctor, hope it clears up for you.
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