• Barotrauma: Barotrauma is a scientific term which describes the injury caused to the air containing parts of the body due to the sudden dramatic change in air pressure. It can affect the middle ears, sinuses, lungs, and the gastrointestinal tract. There are some characteristic symptoms of barotrauma. They are dizziness, ear discomfort or pain in one or both the ears, slight to severe hearing loss and sensation of fullness in the ears. Under serious conditions, you may have the feeling of pressure in the ears and nosebleed (krwawienie z nosa) in addition to the given symptoms.

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    Changes in Altitude: Sudden change in the altitude is one of the main causes of ear pressure. Considering this, discomfort due to ear pressure is commonly manifested during an airplane journey, driving in mountainous areas, scuba diving, and other altitude related activities.

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    Sit straight and Lean Forward to reduce the pressure on the veins of your nose. Leaning forward will also prevent you from swallowing the blood, which often causes panic and irritation.

    Other Causes: Besides medical conditions associated with the respiratory tract or the lungs, cardiovascular diseases could also be contributory factors. Blood-stained sputum could be a symptom of mitral stenosis (narrowing of the mitral valve located between the left atrium and left ventricle of the heart), mitral regurgitation (backflow of blood from the left ventricle to the left atrium due to defect in mitral valve) or congestive heart failure (inability of the heart to pump sufficient amounts of blood that must be supplied to other parts of the body). Hemoptysis could also be attributed to medical conditions that affect the ability of the blood to clot. Prolonged use of certain drugs could also be a contributory factor.

    Headache; although a headache may be caused by various other conditions, if it is accompanied by the following few symptoms, then it might be indicative of the condition of thrombocytosis.

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