How do changes in altitude or air travel affect Eustachian tube problems? A rapid change in altitude, and thus air pressure is equalized across the eardrum by a normally functioning Eustachian tube.
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The Eustachian tube can be blocked, or obstructed, for a variety of reasons. : The most common cause is a "cold" (upper respiratory infection).
I've taken her to the doctor twice, convinced its an ear infection and each time they examine and say its probably just teething. The pain is so bad, she doesn't go an hour without screaming and pulling her ears, throwing her head back.
She uses a nose spray to clear up the ears, only the one ear has shown little improvement over 7 months period. Posted: 03/10/2008 by a BabyCenter Member Post Answer this question
Also, a couple times if im standing for a while i feel like suddenly the floor drops from under me and it startles me. 1 out of 1 found this helpful I am 27 weeks and have had constant ear popping for the past few months.
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