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How Do I Unstop My Ears after a Cold?

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To unstop ears after a cold, there are a number of simple activities that can reduce the sensation. Eating, swallowing, yawning, and chewing a bubble gum can be helpful. Valsalva maneuver can be performed by deeply inhaling and holding the nose.
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1. Sucking on hard candy will help unclog ears. Suck on hard candy or throat lozenges to encourage swallowing, which will help push open the Eustachian tubes, which run from the nose
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Call the doctor who treated the ear infection. Have you finished the cycle of anti-biotics yet? Don't let anyone go digging around in there. You may not even have an ear wax problem
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SWallow real hard and maybe chew gum. Taking Advil Sinus for a few days can help with this.
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I had the same problem. You need ear drops, it worked for me
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