Ear pains and itchiness after ruptured eardrum
7 days ago I ruptured my eardrum and have been on amoxocillan 2 times a day since. I still have little hearing on that ear and my ear itches daily and i still get little ear pains. Is that ok????
My ear hurts progressively after cleaning. Have i ruptured my eardrum?
Hi, I was cleaning my ear earlier with a Q-Tip. After I was done my ear didn't feel quite right. Over the next few hours my ear started to hurt progressively worse. Burping, Coughing, etc cause great pain. I also seen something online that said to try blowing out of my nose while i had...
Eardrum rupture from extreme coughing
My son was at a waterpark where je was exposed to chlorine levels of 12ppm for several hours. He has been coughing for 3 days. Cough is deep and is straing breathing. He was taken to ER where he received steriods and breathing treatment. Also diagnos
Small holes close spontaneously. For bigger holes, the ear, nose and throat specialist may recommend a surgery like tympanoplasty
What causes itching in both ears
Thanks for contacting healthcaremagic. Fungal infection could be the cause. You need ear drops after getting evaluated.
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Some flie has entered into my ear . What should i do ?
It cannot go completely inside.
It will be blocked by eardrum.
It can be easily seen by an ENT surgeon with a scope.
If it is seen,it can be removed with a forceps.
Nothing to worry.
Please consult an ENT surgeon and get it removed.
Wish you good health
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