Our expert says:
Your requires a full ENT examination of the ear and nasal area, as there are a few possible answers to your problem. It could be an infective process, that has not quite cleared up, or a problem with the eustachian tube, that has not completely resolved. This may need further management.
Another possibility is that of pulsitile tinnitus, which is the sensation of sound in the ear, caused by increased bloodflow to the area due to a variety of possibilities.
Your ENT will do a clinical examination, and may include an Audiogram (hearing test).
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