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Normal 11 Mo Ear Tugging
Ear pain 4 2 mo. 4 courses abx didn't help. No tmj. Hearing tests = normal. ENT ordered temporal ct. What r possible findings?
No TMJ?: Sounds like it might be TMJ. Dont rely on ENT to diagnose TMJ See a TMJ expert to help evaluate and treat your problem. A TMJ expert can be general dentist, an oral surgeon, prosthodontist, orofacial pain specialist. Ask your physician, dentist or dental society for a recommendation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
7 mo old runny nose cough no Fever Drainage out of ear looks like wax, no odor. Might be teething. Mildly fussy sleeping normal ear infection or no?
Cold: symptoms as you described will make a baby fussy as they do not like nasal congestion. It does not sound like your baby has an ear infection. Just observe for now and offer comfort as you can. A cold should resolve in a few days and until it does expect a crabby baby. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Classic sign: Children pulling at their ears is typical of babies with middle ear inflammation. This could be sterile accumulation of fluid, or pressure developing because of obstruction of eustacian tube drainage, but you should have the baby to a pediatrician or family practitioner and have the ear examined. Infection is likely. ...Read more
My 3 month baby has been persistently tugging at his left ear. He isn't crying, but I did notice some white crust around ear canal. Should I worry?
Cradle cap can : appear in ear folds & behind ears, though it more often starts on the scalp. It's a "potato-chip" rash - dry, but greasy, akin to dandruff. If mild, it requires no treatment except gently brushing off loose flakes of skin before shampoos. When his pediatrician checks to see if any flaking is in the outer 3rd of the external auditory canal, ask if you need to use medicated shampoo. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not necessarily: Babies tug their ears for many reasons, mostly because they are there and are easy to reach! but if the baby pulls her ears at the same time she has a fever or acts sick, then have your doctor look at the ears to see if there is an ear infection present. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Toddler tugging at ear& acts in pain. I've had doc check ears 2x in 10days. Tubes are in place, clear, no drainage. Just a little pink. Why hurting?
My 10 month old daughter tugs on her ears when she cries. Does this mean she might have an ear infection?
Possible...: An ear infection is certainly one possibility - has she had a cold recently or is she running fevers? Other possibilities include teething or even just comfort (meaning she has found her ears and likes to pull them to calm down). If this is new and she has recently had a cold, see her pediatrician so they can look in the ears and give you the real answer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 10 month old keeps tugging at her ear and pushing her ear into her shoulder. She has no fever and isnt any more grouchy than usual. Ear infection?
I have a 1 yr old that has a small moveable lump on the back of his head just above his neck. He also has a cough and runny nose, tugs at ear, no temp?
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