Hey y'all. So, I've been dealing with this ear problem for a while and I've done as much research that I can, but i can't figure out what it is. I haven't even been able to find something similar. The best way I can describe it is reverse barotitis media. It's like I've hyper-pooped my ear. Like when you go on an airplane and your ears plug up, except opposite. And it's only the right one.
I am sensitive to my own voice (really, it's more like I can hear the vibrations rather than my actual voice). If I plug my nose and suck in through my nose it will temporarily fix my problem, but when I swallow, yawn, or just open my mouth too far it will go back to how it was. When my condition happens, I can't tell how loud I'm being when I talk, so it feels like I'm yelling at everyone, when in reality I'm being really quiet. It doesn't hurt at all.
Does anyone have any idea what this might be? I really can't find anything on the internet.
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