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Acute pain in perichondrium - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Ear, Nose and Throat Problems
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   hi, i m having pain in external part of my left ear
Doctor :   ok
User :   from last 2 yrs.But, its not continues
User :   but when started it remains fro 3-4 days and its worse
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   do you have any growth over thwere
User :   i showed to an ENT , few month back
User :   no nothing like that
User :   only paining
Doctor :   wt did the ent suggest
User :   She told me something like this - Entire cartilage framework is fed by a thin covering membrane called the perichondrium (meaning literally: around the cartilage). Any fluid from swelling or blood from injury that collects between the perichondrium and the underlying cartilage puts the cartilage in danger of being separated from its supply of nutrients. If portions of the cartilage starve and die, the ear never heals back into its normal shape
User :   she gave me 3 days and after that flexidol and glacex for 1 month. I have completed this course and after that, i never got that pain again but now from yesterday i again suffering from that same pain, its unbearable :( .
Doctor :   did shesuggest you that
User :   sorry she gave me Dolonox for 3 days and then 1 month course
User :   yes
Doctor :   have u taken any xraya

Doctor :   or taken us scan or conducted any tests
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