I figured this wasn't important and that it would go away, but it's bothering me now. I'm 16, female, yada yada. Sometimes, it's getting a little more frequent, when I lay on my left side and have my head on the pillow, my ear will suddenly go muffle and feel like there's a bubble in my ear. If I press on the part of my ear that, I think, is near the tragus, I feel like there's a bubble and that's moving around. It hurts and I have no idea what it is. Is it important? It makes my ear muffled and I poke my finger inside my ear, it'll make a popping noise. Sometimes the muffle will go away, sometimes it will just lessen. Help, anyone?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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