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  1. Flying with a perforated or ruptured eardrum is safe. However, if you have undergone a recent tympanoplasty or myringoplasty to get cured for your perforated eardrum, you shouldn’t fly until your ENT doctors say it is safe. To know more details about the care that should be taken before and after tympanoplasty, book an appointment with the best ENT specialists at Pristyn Care.

  1. Below are a few of the symptoms that can be noticed if you have a perforated eardrum. 1. Ear pain [mild to severe] 2. Drainage from the ear [leakage of pus or mucus] 3. Hearing loss [either temporary or permanent] 4. Ringing in the ears [tinnitus] 5. Vertigo [spinning sensation] 6. Nausea or vomiting However, if you notice any of the above-mentioned symptoms, we suggest you consult one of our best ENT doctors to know whether you are suffering from perforated eardrum or not. Because these symptoms can be caused by other ear problems as well.

  1. ENT doctors can suggest you rest your head in a higher position than the rest of your body [i.e. place your head on two or more pillows]. And, if you have a perforated eardrum in your right ear, sleep on your left side and vice versa. To get rid of ear pain and other symptoms caused by the perforated eardrum, you can undergo the safest tympanoplasty from the best ENT doctors at Pristyn Care.