but only after exercise...
Badoom-tish, he's here all week, try the fish
I sometimes get this. Do you live in a very hilly area? I wondered if it was due to the changes in height (altitude)? whilst running.
fat buddha wrote (see)
YOU'LL HAVE TO SPEAK UP A BIT! Oh, sorry, was I shouting?
Nope, don't live in a hilly area - I was doing a body combat class today when it happened - no altitude problems there, me thinks
Can't fathom it out, was thinking maybe something to do with blood pressure, but can't reason it through properly. Bleurgh!
Could be earwax,easily cured.!Cheers.
My money's on wax too. I've apparently got a smaller than normal left ear canal, so it blocks up really easily. Do you run listening to music? That makes it worse for me, I'm not sure why.
Try a couple of drops of olive oil in the offending ear every night and go to sleep lying on the other ear to give it a chance to soak in. Your pillow will smell like a chip shop the next morning - sexy, huh? - but it helps keep it soft so it flows out naturally
I don't think it is ear wax - the ear canal was clear when examined. But I'll try the oil - can't hurt, can it? Will wake up craving chips, no doubt
Ta very muchly!
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