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wierd as it sounds, i breath through my nose, but im hearing a rough noise from my right ear, like its breathing or haivng air passed through it...

im not too fussed about it, and it comes when i do strenuous jogs..

but whats it caused by or from?
 

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wierd as it sounds, i breath through my nose, but im hearing a rough noise from my right ear, like its breathing or haivng air passed through it...

im not too fussed about it, and it comes when i do strenuous jogs..

but whats it caused by or from?
Not sure but perhaps a perforated ear drum?
 

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i have no infections or each ache, head ache or throbbing, and have had it for ages....

just curious lol. it goes away after about 10mins of rest too.

perforated ear drum... what other symptoms are there for that?
 

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I get that from time to time as well... I think it's just natural. Apparently babies can actually breathe through their ears :huh: until their skulls harden up a little after a few years
 

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Ahh! Breathing through my ear! 'tis my party piece.

Years of various ear ops have left a permanent hole in my ear drum allowing me to blow air through my ear by blocking my nose. Listeners can hear the gush of air (much like blowing air through a straw). This is quickly followed by a unison roar of 'Urghh!!'
 

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LOL

babies are so wierd. I probably have a soft skull :p
 

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It sounds to me like tinnitus...

(sorry for the bad pun there ;) )...

"Tinnitus (pronounced /tɪˈnaɪtəs/ or /ˈtɪnɪtəs/,[1] from the Latin word for "ringing"[2]) is the perception of sound in the human ear in the absence of corresponding external sound(s).

Tinnitus can be perceived in one or both ears or in the head. It is usually described as a ringing noise, but in some patients it takes the form of a high pitched whining, buzzing, hissing, humming, or whistling sound, or as ticking, clicking, roaring, "crickets" or "tree frogs" or "locusts", tunes, songs, or beeping.[3] It has also been described as a "whooshing" sound, as of wind or waves.[4]"

Tinnitus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 
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