Published on Sep 13, 2014 and last reviewed on Oct 17, 2019 - 1 min read
Ear blockage is a common problem, which can be caused by wax in the ear, fungal infection, trauma, etc. Read the article to know the other causes and treatments.
Blockade of ear is a very common complaint. Since it’s onset is always sudden patients feel very uncomfortable. In resting phase our ear keeps on sending sound impulses to the brain and in this way everyone remains aware of the surrounding atmosphere. Any situation which decreases the mobility of the ear drum may cause ear blockade.
All the above are easily diagnosed by taking detailed history of the disease and by doing clinical examination.
Diagnosis may be verified by the following investigations (hearing tests).
All the above have different modes of treatment and hence treated accordingly.
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