Aug 13 2008, 05:01 PM
I was at band camp last week and noticed that my right ear made a popping noise when ever my band director blew his whistle. Is there anything I can do to stop this?
I just know it's from playing marching band music during school indoors. The trumpets play extremely loud (like blaring) and my ears ring from time to time.
My ears also make a noise (maybe a click or pop?) whenever I swallow. I don't really notice it when I'm eating but when I'm swallowing saliva it's loud.
Aug 13 2008, 05:02 PM
Its should go away after band camp is over
Aug 13 2008, 06:09 PM
ive had that too. Only my problem is with the Sneer drums
it should go away after there being less noise
Aug 28 2008, 09:59 AM
they probably keep it so they can run it up to see if you had any warrant....and for further crimes they can have ur info in the books,
thanks for your information.
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Aug 28 2008, 02:25 PM
^ That has nothing to do with this topic.
Anyways, I think that if it isn't something that is painful, that it will probably go away once your ears adjust.
Aug 28 2008, 04:07 PM
The high frequency of the whistle might be causing this, or even discomfort in your ear. It shouldn't be a huge deal unless it really is very painful. If you can't bear the popping, wear some earplugs, and the earplugs would help with the loud obnoxious trumpets as well. Actually, in my band, it's the trombones. I want to stab them sometimes.
The click/pop should be normal when you're swallowing or chewing (it's one of the common remedies to get rid of that weird pressure in your ear when you're in, say, the elevator or an airplane). Unless it's really loud and obtrusive, it shouldn't be a problem.
Aug 31 2008, 01:59 PM
Do you have any leftover water in your ears?
Maybe it something like that..
Aug 31 2008, 02:32 PM
This has been a few days or weeks since she asked this.
SO then i will ask
how are your ears feeling now?
Jan 24 2009, 12:32 AM
its when a ear hair falls and hits your skin
Jan 24 2009, 12:35 AM
Very creative answer.
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