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Equalising Ear Pressure When Landingg,

Equalising Ear Pressure When Landingg,

  1. Anonymous

    Hi Lucky!

    Yesterday when I was landing at Milan airport, and indeed every time I fly, I experience the hassle of my ears not equalising during landing. Sometimes I even struggle to make them “pop” when I’ve landed and I’m on the ground for a bit. Since you fly a lot, I was just wondering whether you experience this and what you do to help?



  2. Anonymous

    Hi Dhillon,

    I do, [I]gosh[/I] I do. In fact, I went about six months where my ears wouldn’t clear [I]at all[/I] because of how much flying I was doing.

    I suggest a trip to an Ear/Nose/Throat specialist if your insurance allows. I was able to mostly resolve my issues with a concoction of sprays and decongestants, but if it’s happening a lot you might have other stuff going on with your ears.

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