Something loose?

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Hi all

Not sure what's happened but exactly a week ago I went out to celebrate a birthday and got into a bit of trouble where one of my female friends got punched by a bloke. After that I approached the bloke to find there were about 15 guys. It had all kicked off and I had been headbutted and punched several times. Since Sunday, ofcourse with the behind of my ear being bruised, I've had a weird feeling inside my ear, as if something is loose, or there is water. I've cleaned my ears out, had someone look into my ear to see nothing, if i move my body (not my head) left to right, to sort of take pressure off my ear then back on, I can feel something going back and forth dependant on my movement. Does anyone know why this would be happening?

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    when you say that someone has had a look into your ear, was that someone medical? i'd be tempted to get your ear looked at by a professional. it might just regulate by itself, but always better to check.

    do you have a drop-in centre at a hospital near you? (our a and e has become a drop in centre, which is useful for out of hours medical care).

    hope it gets sorted soon.

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      No not someone medical, just my mother.

      One thing I've noticed, like now it's 3:30am - I've woken up with a huge headache, the loose feeling seems, heavier if you like and more sensitive, with a high pitched noise coming from it. I've also covered my left ear (that one is fine) and I can literally just about hear the typing sound on my laptop.

      Thank you for the advice, I don't know whether to wait until a GP or goto a and e.= but I'll figure something out. 

      Thanks very much. 

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    I recommend that you get in touch with the NHS Direct on 111 or go to your nearest drop in centre.
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