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Hearing "Bump" sounds in my Ear

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  • Posted By: Aquiosis
  • June 23, 2007
  • 00:49 AM

Ive had this problem since like this monday I seriously don't know from what it might have come from I can hear fine it doesn't hurt and I don't feel anything like walking around in my ear I just here bump noises in my ear but it isn't constant Ive tried debrox earwax removal and swim-ear and its not relieving it I still hear the bump noises its scaring me a bit and driving me nuts its getting real annoying

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  • same person who asked the question above *pokes last post* its getting real annoying tho it isn't constant x.x
    Aquiosis 3 Replies Flag this Response
  • Hey, are you still hearing that bump sound? Which ear? How much dairy have you had the past week or so? Have you had an increased amount? I ask because dairy makes me hear funny sounds in my left ear. They're annoying and sometimes painful. Eliminating dairy from my diet 7 weeks ago has changed that. I miss the dairy but I do not miss the ear problems. :D But you probably ought to check with the doc too. L
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  • I don't hear it anymore it stopped on saturday lmao it would have been a waste of money if I went on monday to I don't have any insurance xD
    Aquiosis 3 Replies Flag this Response
  • I think it was just air or wax or something lol but its gone now and no I barely ever have dairy
    Aquiosis 3 Replies Flag this Response
  • I get the same thing in my left ear. I think it has something to do with the sinus behind the ear. Milk would easily make it more evident. I'll have to watch. I only notice it with my cellphone, it has a loud bell ring. I also notice it when I am simply listening on the cellphone.
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