Why does partial deafness take place when one have cold?
Answers: The Eustachian tubes drain mucus from the middle ear. Upper airway infections or allergies can end in the Eustachian tube to become swollen, trapping bacteria and cause ear infections. This causes conditional deafness.
Fluid accumulates within your eustachian tubes which causes muffled audible range. Try a decongestant.
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