So, I'm not really sure if this is the right place to ask this, but here it is. Whenever I have a cold the inside of my left ear always hurts. On a scale to 1-10 I'd rate the pain as a 3, it is not that bad, and probably nothing serious, but I'd like to know why this happens. Thank you.
the pressure inside ur ear is controlled by the eustachian tube and when u get a cold , the throat part of the tube gets blocked affecting the pressure inside the ear and causing pain , the same kind u might feel when u ascend quickly on an aeroplane ! sometimes an infection can cause more severe pain that will not go away until u treat the infection !