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    feeling something moving in ear
    sammiedog1 posted:
    Last September I had polyps removed from my vocal cords. Since I had this done I feel like something is moving in my ear. I went to the ENT for the 2nd time to have it checked and he continues to tell me it is my TMJ. Occasionally I can lay down and roll my head to the side and feel it move and I become dizzy. Could I have a calcium deposit?
    Rod_Moser_PA_PhD responded:
    Calcium deposit? Not likely.

    Maybe you need to have your ENT take a good look in your ear. Because of nerve pathways, it is possible to feel odd symptoms like this.

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