Thanks for providing more information.
As per your description,you need to be seen by an ENT specialist first for a clinical examination.
As firstly ear related pathology like Inner ear inflammation,Eustachian tube blockage should be ruled out.
Your blood sugar and thyroid function test should be done.
Thyroid dysfunction can also cause such weird sensation.
Arterial vessels near the temporal bone may transmit sounds associated with turbulent blood flow resulting in throbbing sensation in ear.
The petrous carotid system is the most common source, although other arteries may also be involved.
This is not itself a serious condition, although an evaluation for underlying atherosclerotic disease, should be done by ENT specialis or neurologist.
There can be compression of nerve which can cause numbness sensation.
In the meantime you can try Xylometazoline nasal drops - Otrivin nasal drops 2 drops three times daily in both nostrils(OTC).
Antihistamines - Alavert 10 mg once daily (OTC) for 3-5 days to see good results.
Also do Valsalva maneuver .
Hope this helps.
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