When I plug my nose and blow air, causing my ears to fill up, my right ear doesn't quite hold the air pressure in there. Normally both ears hold the pressure until you pop them. But with my right ear kind of inflates then deflates without me popping them. Is this a sign of a blockage, or a ruptured eardrum? Three nights ago I went to bed with my right ear feeling pressure, and a sensation like fluid filling my ear. I can't say for sure fluid was doing so, but the fact that my ear makes this noise when I push air into it makes me think there is fluid stuck in there, possibly in the back of the E-tube or in my middle ear. The noise sounds like when you have water in your ears from swimming and you shake your head to get it out. No pain, no drainage of fluid out of my ear. I'm just extremely annoyed that I have a new issue. I wake up every morning with both ears feeling very full and plugged, and it goes away after a shower. But every morning it's the same thing. Why the hell is it taking so long for my body to get over this sinus issue?? A week ago I was feeling great, and confident that I was finally getting better. But now I feel a bit worse than I did before. The only doctor I can really see is the one at my college, and she diagnosed me with labyrinthitis 10 weeks ago when I first had tinnitus and dizziness. That was very incorrect. Might as well go anyways and see what they can do, but I doubt they have the same insight as an ENT.