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Ear Drum Cannal
Perforated ear drum is not a barrier to physical and social activities.
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Unlikely the cause: Fluid can come and go behind the ear drum over a period of weeks with no symptoms. The fluid originates from the walls of the middle ear and simply does not exit through the normal drainage path through the eustachian tube. Vertigo is more an issue of the inner ear nerve. ...Read more
I have a hole and collapsed ear drum can this cause me to feel dizzy and make the back of my head hurt?
Ye it may.: But the doctor who diagnosed this must have given you proper instruction. The repair of Hole in ear drum may or may not be required, Dizziness can be treated with certain head and neck movement training. And OTC medicine. But you should follow up with your doctor for the same. Because it requires proper examination ...Read more
If you are born with chronic middle ear disease with cartilage growing behind your ear drum can that cause u to be born deaf in that ear?
My Perforated eardrum is quite bad that my Doctor said that she can not see my ear drum. Can I ask from that situation what would your best advice?
Best advice is: To see an ENT specialist. If your doctor cannot see your eardrum, it seems that it would not be possible to tell whether or not it is perforated. ...Read more
I recently found out I have a blister on my left ear drum...Can I become permanently deaf from it?
Not likely: Some bacterial ear infections produce bullae/vesicles ("blisters") on the ear drum. The majority will resolve spontaneously as the infection resolves, and with no residual problems. Should get the ear rechecked after symptoms gone (/antibiotics done, if put on them), to be sure that there is no fluid collection behind the drum & the bulla is gone. ...Read more
Diagnosed with ETD by ENT consultant I also have a second perforated ear drum can both be treated surgically together? In awful pain with both tx
Yes and no: The perforated eardrum likely caused by recurrent ear infections. The ear infections are likely due to eustachian tube dysfunction. Your ENT will discuss treatment of perforation (including tubes) and ETD. No surgical treatments exist for ETD. Only proven methods I know if include treatment of nasal allergy and congestion (including steroid or anti-histamine sprays), self inflation of ears, ...Read more
I am curious if an ENT doctor patches up a hole in my ear drum, can I still use earbuds and earplugs?
Yes: Ear buds and ear plugs cannot reach your ear drum so they are safe. ...Read more
When u hve build up of ear wax & ear drum can't b seen....Can this cause h/aches ear ache dizzyness and sinus pressure best way 2 clean ear drum please
Ear hurts when moving jaw. Yellow green goo coming out (should I clean it with alcohol and ear buds?) ear canal feels stiff. Doctor said no ruptured ear drum. Can my ear be exposed to change in air pressure like going up in high provinces (baguio city)
Feels like water in my left ear but there isn't, maybe behind the ear drum. How can I treat this?
Sensation of fluid: You should see your primary care doctor first. You can't treat something if you have no idea what it is? ...Read more
Proper Examination: The only accurate way is a good ear exam by the doctor. ...Read more
Sudden onset of stuffy ear 3 days ago. Also causing ringing with louder sounds. Infection? Tinnitus? Hx - cleft palate & perf ear drum. What can I do?
Had my ear syringed 1 week ago (a tick attached to ear drum).Now I can see some milky white powdery stuff in my ear. No pain & no waxonly itching. Advice?
Drops: You probably had ear drops prescribed. This is likely the residual from the drops. Itching suggests an external otitis. See ENT doc for exam. ...Read more
Child has ear pain that last a few seconds but several times a day ENT says no infection but a hole in ear drum. So what can cause that pain?
Multiple sources: The nerve branch that supplies the ear drum is part if the verve that supplies the jaw joint and teeth. Many times there are crossover messages between these structures where the person senses the issue as the ear but the issuew is somewhere else. It is so common we have a medical code for it for the records. Most of these respond to antiinflamatory medications like ibuprofen. ...Read more
I have a very small bump on the inside of my ear canal against the ear drum that I can feel with my pinky finger. Is it wax?
Take a look: Difficult to say without seeing. Have someone else take a look, see if it's a pimple. Wax should be soft and move when touched. ...Read more
Glue ear and retracted ear drum very uncomfy... Can I go swimming and diving? School health center doctor said steroid nose inhaler would help??
Prior ear infections:
Glued/retracted eardrum? One side? Did you have history of multiple ear infections when you were a baby? Nasal steroid spray can help with allergies symptoms including runny nose or nasal congestion. I am uncertain whether it can help with retracted eardrum. Since you are uncomfortable, something should be done. OTC Claritin D or Zyrtec-D may help. If persistent, consult doc.
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Need exam: Really the only way to tell is examination as small holes may not affect the hearing. Fortunately well over 90% of perforations heal spontaneously. Keep the ear dry and don't blow nose until sure that it is healed. ...Read more
Diag. As fluid behind ear drum without infection. How can I aid in draining fluid and avoiding an infection? Normally so painful?
I have a ruptured ear drum. On amoxicillin. I can hear a lot better than before just some drainage here and there. Should I worry? Or just let it go
Give it time: Most of these ear drum perforations heal spontaneously. I would follow up though to be sure it did close or not. ...Read more
Due 2 road acident I got head injury resulting damage of vestibuocolear nerve of my left inner ear's, ear drum is ok, I can't hear, any advice? Medicine
Head injury: I would suggest seeing a ear doctor that deals wit cochlear implants for hearing as you might be eligible for this device. ...Read more
Scratched eardrum?: How do you know you have a scratched ear drum? You should see an ear nose and throat specialist to check the condition of your ear drum and prescribe any appropriate treatment. In the mean time, keep your ears dry. ...Read more
Yes.: Popping can come from a variety of sources - a small bubble bursting, the eustachian tube moving, or debris / or a hair moving in the canal. None of these would be much affected by a hole in the eardrum. ...Read more
Can I use my headphones if I have a perferated eardrum? It happened yesterday so my ear hasn't healed or anything yet
I cannot feel the piercing sensation on my right eardrum. For example, when a woman screeches and it "hurts" your ears. I can't feel that. Help me.
Call your pediatrici: If you think your child's eardrum has ruptured, they need to be examined. If the rupture is due to an infection, antibiotics will likely be prescribed and the child should be rechecked in 1-2 weeks. The hole usually heals quickly. If the rupture is due to trauma, such as a q-tip being inserted too far into the ear, an ear/nose/throat (ENT) specialist should be consulted. ...Read more
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