For the past five years I have had strong ear pressure every time that I swallow.I have small anterior osteophytes C5-C6 which my ENT doctors do not think is causing the problem,but they do not know the mechanism.I do not have P.E.T.
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Hi @david146, I wonder if this related discussion might help you find answers:
– Eustachian Tube Dysfunction: tube is plugged: https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/ear-dysfunction/
What has your ENT suggested to relieve the pressure?
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My eustachian tubes function normally.My ENT thinks that the mechanism is a swallowing problem of some sort.The ear pressure is is a lot worse now than when it first started.
I have read about others having clicking on swallowing.I have strong pressure.It can be in either ear of both.Chin to chest tucking can help some.
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