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  1. drbob1
    12th October 2011 - permalink
    It's likely that what you're experiencing is barotrauma rather than fluid in the ear: being struck on the outer ear causes a column of air to force the eardrum backwards which can traumatize the hair cells in the inner ear. It should probably recover, but you've gotta be careful not to traumatize it any more: no loud noises or swimming or falling on things...
  2. ickefes
    12th October 2011 - permalink
    Hi Drbob. I saw that you wrote in the thread about ear problems. Do you know if fluid in the ear can cause that people almost sound a little pitched and mail vocalist sound like they haven't entered puberty? The thing is I got beat up about 3½ weeks ago but these problems and the pressure on the ear didn't show up until about a week after i got beaten. My doctor took a look in my ear and saw no damage to the eardrum which is a relieve but I am affraid and I don't have my appointment at the ear, nose & mouth clinic until... well, I haven't recieved the papers yet.

    Best Regards.
    Rickard Gerthsson.

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