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Creaking Sound In Left Ear
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FirstNormanKing posted:
I recently had a sinus infection, an upper respiratory tract infection, and an infected sebaceous cyst, during a business trip. I was still ill on the flight home where I developed a blocked and infected ear (left). All the infections have since cleared and all that remains is a little bit of fluid on my left ear drum.

However, my concern is that when I get my heart rate up, like when I go for a walk, I get a creaking sound in my left ear. I comes in pulses and is not in rhythm with my heart beat. After about an 1 hour of being at rest it stops.

My GP, who does not know about the creaking sound, says that I probably have Eustachian tube dysfunction. Could this be the cause of the creaking sound?
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