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Old February 08, 2018, 03:01 PM
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My Ears are Popping

I'm unsure how to say "my ears are popping." This sensation in the ear happens when there is a change in altitude when flying in a jet. I'm sure I'm going to need this sentence when I fly to Chile this fall.

Are any of these correct?

Se me están reventando los oídos
Se me están tapando los oídos
Se me están estallando los oídos
Tengo los oídos tapados


Any help is appreciated.
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