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In most cases, ear fullness is caused by something as simple as congestion from a cold or hay fever, a mild infection, or even earwax build-up. These common causes are easily treated. Occasionally aural fullness is an indicator that one should seek medical treatment for a more dangerous underlying cause.Why does my ear feel full of fluid?
If aural fullness is caused by an imbalance of fluid in the inner ear, it is called Endolymphatic Hydrops. Hydrops is an accumulation of excess fluid in tissues or cavities of the body.Why is my ear stopped up and hurting?
Dizziness. A build-up of pressure in the inner ear, including pressure caused by sinus problems, can sometimes make you feel dizzy. No fast movements. Don’t stand up too quickly or shake your head fast. Avoid caffeine , salt, alcohol, and tobacco products. These can affect your circulation, and minor changes in blood flow can affect your ears.Why are my ears always wet inside?
Another common source would be skin condition that can weep....such as atopic dermatitis. The ear is lined with skin, and skin can create moisture from oil gland and perspiration, too. Fluid can leak from the middle ear space through a tiny rupture in the eardrum.