For the past little while I have been waking up, every morning, with this crunchy feeling in my ear, much like when you get water in the ear while swimming. It's more of an annoyance than anything, but I'm wondering what might be causing it. This crunchy feeling ususally subsides on it's own after I've been up for a while but sometimes happens randomly. It's most noticable when I close my eyes and put 'pressure' on my ear drum, that's when I hear this crunching, crackling noise.
I have noticed that it mostly happens when I lie down for a while, but can happen randomly during the day. It feels as well that sometimes my ears are wet, or there's random leakage from them.
I haven't gone to a doctor's yet, but I might be if I can't find a solution.View Thread
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