Dear Vyt Karazija,
What you are describing is diplacusis. It is usually a sign of cochlear
hearing loss. Diplacusis occurs most frequently when the pressures of
inner ear fluids have changed. I suggest that you have an audiogram
to see if you have a low frequency sensorineural hearing loss.
If so, the condition may be self-limiting or fluctuating for long
Please see your ENT-doctor for advice.
Jan Grenner, physician in audiology