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Ear problems

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Rodea2

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Hi everyone!

Just wondering if any one has had issues going to equalise but having water pass the eardrum and into your mouth? Happened to me the other day I stopped straight away, no pain nothing since. Will go to the doctors to get them checked but was wondering if anyone else has been through the same thing.

Cheers,
Riles
 

DivingNomad

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I'd have stopped diving, gotten out of the water and gone straight to an ENT without delay!!!
 

Leander

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If water would pass the eardrum, you would not need to equalise? :unsure:
 
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