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Ear sounds/feelings


Question Posted Wednesday September 5 2007, 7:05 pm

Can you have spiders living in your ears? Or bugs of any kind?

Basically, during the day my head feels pretty normal, the occasional pain, ear pop, etc. But when I go to sleep at night and I put my ear to the pillow, I can hear my ear make little popping noises, crackling, even. ALmost like rice krispies. After a little while I can still hear the noises, but I notice that it feels like something is about to come out of my ear, as if whatever it is is somehow not attatched anywhere in my ear/head. At times it really scares me.

Does anyone else feel/hear these things?
Is it possible for spiders or some kind of bug to be in my head?
And is this normal? Should I go get it checked out.


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mariahwannabe answered Friday September 7 2007, 12:32 pm:
I would go get that check out
It did happen to someone i know
& they had what you had...when she went to doctors she found out some spiders, 3 baby ones has been living in her ears DO NOT PANIC because it happens but it isnt a COMMON THING so dont worry.....please don't freak out or anything because it could be some fluid , water in your ears but definatley go see a doctor.
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Im not going to lie to you and say that its nothing because i'm honest but there is something wrong

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MelpomeneMuse answered Thursday September 6 2007, 10:03 pm:
I doubt there are bugs in your ears. It's probably fluid. You might want to have it checked out anyway, though, because that can be a problem

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orphans answered Thursday September 6 2007, 9:49 pm:
You could go to a doctor to examen your ear. Also, it could be water in your ear that can make that weird feel and sound.

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Hottiewithabody510 answered Thursday September 6 2007, 9:47 pm:
yes its possible for spiders tolive in your ears no its not normal but sometimees i hear poping noises you might want to get that checked out

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