if you can still hear and your ear feels muffled i guarantee it will come back in 1 month and 2 weeks. if your ears is bleeding go to the doctor immediately because the quicker they treat it the better. if your ear drum burst ya you got to have surgery.
Hope my answer helps
The sound waves come through the auditory canal and hit the eardrum (or tympanic membrane). The eardrum is connected to the 3 ossicles of the middle ear: the hammer, anvil and stirrup (or malleus, incus and stapes). The eardrum vibrates the hammer, the hammer vibrates the anvil, the anvil vibrates the stirrup and the stirrup vibrates the cochlea in the inner ear which has hair-like nerve endings called cilia that move when the cochlea vibrates. The auditory nerve sends the vibrations to the brain to be interpreted. That's how we hear! :)
when you hit the front skin, the pressure will make the resonant skin move ( just like the ear drum!)
Sound waves technically enter through the Auricle, the outside, visible part of the ear. From there, they hit the Tympanic Membrane (ear drum) and vibrate the ossicles (small bones in the ear), where the waves are transferred into the cochlea and organ of corti, where they're detected and changed to nerve impulses.
Maybe a blood clot??? Did u hit it?
The eardrum is very thin and can easily be damaged if you put something in your ear, for instance a q-tip. a hit directly to the ear can also damage the eardrum, it usually heals after a week or two
He was lucky it was a soft drink
yes he got deaf from getting hit and know his ear drum out
The incus is one of the small bones in the middle ear. Sound waves hit the ear drum and together with the other bones it tends to transmit the vibrations from the ear drum to the cochlea to the brain so as to unable one to hear.
The stapes is one of the small bones in the middle ear. Sound waves hit the ear drum and together with the other bones it tends to transmit the vibrations from the ear drum to the cochlea to the brain so as to unable one to hear.
The malleus, incus, and stapes are a chain of small bones in the middle ear. Sound waves hit the ear drum and together with the other bones it tends to transmit the vibrations from the ear drum to the cochlea to the brain so as to unable one to hear.
Yes you can hear it. I was on a phone with someone that got hit in a hit and run from the rear and could hear a boom sound.===========================You would hear it UNLESS the cell-phone was the point of first impact,which is very unlikely.
they are located in the ears and are used when vibrations hit your ear drum and it comes to you as sound and the time it takes to do this can be instant to you but it does require something to hear people with hearing loss or deafness don't have the ability to hear as good as they are born without or with bad ear drums that don't function like people who can hear.
It is probably heretitary. Maybe he/she got it from the parents. Or it laid on the wrong side in the mother.
Depends on how you hit your ear.Most of the time, nothing will happen. But if you hit your ear just "right", you might force air into the ear canal hard enough to pop the ear drum. Not something to experiment with.
Sound vibrations hit against it and then the waves are sent thru your ear, so that your brain can interpret the sounds. Without it, you wouldn't be able to hear!
i would go to the hospital as soon as possible, a lot of serious things could be wrong that can be fatal,
Typically, it should heal on it's own. I am dealing with it now and outside of the chance of middle ear infection, the eardrum shoud heal within 6-8 weeks. You should make sure you see a specialist to look at it and eliminate and other issues you may be having.