It's hard to describe, but for about a week now, I've been getting a weird popping feeling below my left ear. It occurs when I hold a bubble of air in my mouth, and then I push on the left side of the mouth with it. It makes a gritty-like noise, and when I leave it be, my left ear feels as if it's under pressure, like on an airplane. The same area below the ear also hurts when I touch it. Should I be concerned?
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replied November 17th, 2018
Both otitis media earn or oTitus Extraña can be a possibility. The symptoms could also be due to an excess of wax that your needs to be examined for any discharge or pain upon external ear examination. Treatment can then be advised accordingly


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