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Can wisdom teeth cause constant pressure in one of my ears? Ive been suffering for almost half a year now with this and it is very debilitating. I have constant brain-fog/dizziness and have had to stop active living abruptly. It happened suddenly one day when my left ear started to feel very full deep inside and I felt sick and dizzy. I've been having to cope with it ever since. I went to an ENT specialist and I passed all hearing tests/ear pressure tests, and even went to a neurologist to test the fluid levels in my ears. All came back fine. My ENT specialist on my second visit saw that I had a deviated septum and adenoidal tissue, so I was referred to a surgeon to correct this thinking it would solve my symptoms. I had the surgery on March 12th and now I feel right back to where I was before I had this procedure. All 4 of my wisdom teeth are in and the lower left one is impacted. All of the rest just cause pressure and feel like they are taking up too much space in my mouth. I also experience tension headaches on my temples which began when all of my symptoms started. Im prescribed Clonazepam twice daily which temporarily help ease my ear discomfort/pressure and feeling dizzy. Would my next step be to get my wisdom teeth removed? And can all of this be caused by the teeth? Im a 20 year old athlete and want my life back, and I'll take all the steps needed to get healthy. 

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