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    Old 09-18-2019, 02:15 PM   #1
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    Air escaping?

    Hello, first time here.

    Everytime Iím around someone that talks loud or I hear something loud (for example, shouting, loud music, kids), it feels like and sounds like air is escaping from my left ear (and never my right ear). I donít have tinnitus because it doesnít happen when itís quiet and itís not constant, it only happens when I hear loud noises. Does anyone know what it might be? Is it something that happens everyone?

     
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    Old 10-02-2019, 07:37 AM   #2
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    Re: Air escaping?

    The symptom you describe are very similar to those that I experienced when I started developing inner ear issues.

    Mine was always my left ear. It would happen with loud noises and it would happen when I talked to other people.

    I described it as a hissing/click/whoosh combo.

    I would suggest seeing an ear nose and throat doctor (ENT) if you can, which is something I did not do at the time.

    Tinnitus does not have to be constant to be tinnitus.

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    Old 12-27-2019, 03:05 AM   #3
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    Re: Air escaping?

    I read the symptoms and strongly sure this is not the case of tinnitus. I can relate it with barotrauma. It is connected with the internal ear probably deposition of wax or some injury in the tympanic membrane. I would recommend you an Otolarigologist consultation.

     
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    Old 12-27-2019, 11:06 AM   #4
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    Go see an Otolaryngologist which is an ear, nose and throat doctor. You should be checked out for inner ear issues and find out what else might be causing it.
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