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My Hearing Is Muffled Did My Eardrum Burst
Can you tell me if a burst eardrum is very painful. But how does does this actually affect hearing?
How long after ears become completely blocked (due to cold) does fluid begin to build up? Can hearing loss be permanent? Could the eardrum burst?
Variable. No. Rare: Depends on the course of your disease. Sometimes no fluid builds up. Hearing loss is temporary. Eardrum would only burst if you developed pus in the middle ear and pressure built up. Rare. Use OTC decongestants. Ask your MD about antibiotics. If no improvement, see ENT doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had jaw surgery july 5 2013 & dr burst my eardrum. Still ear ache and leaking clear fluid the entire time. I have 50% hearing returned so far?
Should heel days: Most of the time, a ruptured eardrum heals by itself, within hours or days. You should see your doctor about 2 weeks after your first visit so he or she can check if your eardrum has healed. If it has not, you will need to see an ear, nose and throat (ENT) specialist. He or she might do surgery to put a tiny paper patch on your eardrum to help seal the hole. ...Read more
The perforated eardrum was bleeding, I have muffled hearing. It feels kind of itchy yet doesn't hurt. Is it a good or bad thing?
Get checked: Itching can mean the ear needs to be cleaned out by the doctor or that you could have a fungal infection develop. You may need drops that contain a steroid or anti fungal drops (one safe for a perforated ear- not all are). Do try to keep the ear dry in the meantime. Best of luck. ...Read more
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