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Is this normal blowing air out of ears?

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July 22, 2009 1:02AM

Yes. There is a small tube that connects the ear canal to the throat. This is not normal. If the air is coming out of your ears you have a hole in your eardrum. Take it from someone who has had a hole in one eardrum for 20 years!! And by the time you realize you have an ear infection it is a bad one because it can't build up pressure behind the eardrum. The infection just leaks out the hole.