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    Crackling noise in ear
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    An_267786 posted:
    I had swimmer's ear last year during the winter and ever since the infection i have crackling noises in both my ears after swallowing. I told my doctor after the infection and he said it would go away but it hasn't.
     
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    atti_editor responded:
    The only way to properly pinpoint the cause of the crackling you are hearing is to make another appointment to see your doctor -- or an ENT if your primary physician doesn't have any answers.

    Here is an answer from one of our previous experts in the communities, however, it is not a substitute for an in-person ear exam by a medical professional: http://answers.webmd.com/answers/5002071/when-i-swallow-i-sometimes-get-crackling-in-my-earis-this-an-ear-infection-or-just-wax-please


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