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The clogged feeling may be a result of an acoustic neuroma in some cases. This is a benign growth that can put pressure on and eventually close the tubes in the ear. A doctor will likely need to remove the growth through surgery if this is the source of the clog. Clogged ears are almost never serious but can be irritating and uncomfortable.Why do my ears constantly feel clogged?
Plugged ears can be a result of trapped fluid in the auditory tube, also known as the eustachian tube. 1 The auditory tube normally carries unwanted debris—including fluid and mucus from the ears—to the back of the throat where it is swallowed, but sometimes it can become plugged and fluid becomes trapped in the middle ear.When one ear is clogged and hurting?
When the Eustachian tube becomes clogged, you feel fullness and pressure in your ear. You might also experience muffled hearing and ear pain. These ear congestion symptoms can also be caused by problems in your middle ear or the ear canal that affects the eardrum (also called the tympanic membrane).