This sounds like a possible Eustachian tube dysfunction. The Eustachian tube connects the middle ear with the back of the throat and opens and closes to allow the pressure behind the ear drum to be equalized with that outside. This could be as a result of a upper respiratory infection (flu, sinusitis, cold). The best would be to see an ENT specialist to get to the cause of the problem and start the necessary treatment.
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