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Yesterday, i was diagnosis with r otitis media and externa. Could this cause pain and burning on the r side of my face and eye as well?

Yesterday, i was diagnosis with r otitis media and externa. Could this cause pain and burning on the r side of my face and eye as well?

Yes: There are multiple nerves that branch on each side of our face and infections or pain on any of those branches can cause the entire nerve to be irritated. It is not at all unusual to feel tingling, burning or any number of sensations from this. If it does not improve with the medication you were given in 2-3 days, you should call your md. ...Read more

Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Middle Ear Infection (Definition)

The area behind the ear drum is called the middle ear. An infection occurs when the middle ear is filled with pus and the ear drum is also very ...Read more


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Im ear pain with discharge take treatment not improved diagnosis? Fungal otitis media please need treatment

Im ear pain with discharge take treatment not improved diagnosis? Fungal otitis media please need treatment

Outer ear infection: It sounds like you may be suffering from a chronic outer ear infection. This can be caused by bacteria or fungus. If this has been going on for some time, you ought to be seen by an ENT physician for accurate diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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What are symptoms and tests for otitis media?

What are symptoms and tests for  otitis media?

Ear pain , otoscopy: Symptoms include ear pain, fever, and hearing loss. Tests for otitis media include physical exam with an otoscope. A hearing test may help as well. ...Read more

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What is acute otitis media?

What is acute otitis media?

Middle ear infection: "acute" = recent onset. "otitis" = ear infection. "media" = the middle ear space, the space behind the ear drum but before the inner ear area. (inner ear are is the area that effects balance.) acute otitis media is the common term docs use for a middle ear infection which is often a complication form a cold, smoke exposure, allergies - anything that can cause congestion in the upper airways. ...Read more

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I want to know what's the otitis media pathogenesis?

I want to know what's the otitis media pathogenesis?

Many possibilities: These can include a variety of respiratory viruses and bacteria that normally inhabit the throat. Pneumoccus, hemophillis influenza types, moxilla species, etc. These are often just opportunist germs that enter the space to take advantage of the fluid build up. A predisposing factor is the trapping of middle ear fluid behind a poorly draining eustachian tube. ...Read more

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Please help! what is the causative agent of otitis media?

Please help! what is the causative agent of otitis media?

Many possibilities: These can include a variety of respiratory viruses and bacteria that normally inhabit the throat. Pneumoccus, hemophillis influenza types, moxilla species, etc. These are often just opportunist germs that enter the space to take advantage of the fluid build up. A predisposing factor is the trapping of middle ear fluid behind a poorly draining eustachian tube. ...Read more

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I want to know what's the etiologic agent of otitis media?

Many possibilities: These can include a variety of respiratory viruses and bacteria that normally inhabit the throat. Pneumoccus, hemophillis influenza types, moxilla species, etc. These are often just opportunist germs that enter the space to take advantage of the fluid build up. A predisposing factor is the trapping of middle ear fluid behind a poorly draining eustachian tube. ...Read more

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How can I get rid of otitis media?

How can I get rid of otitis media?

Comfort measures: Some viral ear infections self heal in 2-4 day. Bacterial infections tend to persist and may lead to real complications. Infants need an early eval.If older if not better after 3-4 days, an evaluation and treatment is advised.Prior to antibiotics, hearing loss due to chronic middle ear disease was not uncommon and a significant complication called mastoiditis requires surgical drainage. ...Read more

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How dangerous is serous otitis media?

Nothing specific: Serous otitis starts as normal fluid made on the walls of the middle ear that fails to exit through the eustachian and the throat. Any structural, irritant, allergic or infectious process that causes the eustachian tube to swell can trigger this. It can last for weeks or months before resolving. It could become secondarily infected and become a true ear infection requiring antibiotics. ...Read more

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What is otitis media vs otitis externa?

What is otitis media vs otitis externa?

MiddleEar&Ear Canal: Otitis Media is the infection in the middle ear behind the ear drum Otitis Externa is infection in the ear canal leading to the ear drum ...Read more

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Can otitis media be caused by poor hygiene?

Can otitis media be caused by poor hygiene?

No: Otitis media is caused by bacteria, and are normally associated with colds. Poor hygiene will not cause ear infections. ...Read more

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I want to know what's the pathogen of otitis media?

I want to know what's the pathogen of otitis media?

Many possibilities: These can include a variety of respiratory viruses and bacteria that normally inhabit the throat. Pneumoccus, hemophillis influenza types, moxilla species, etc. These are often just opportunist germs that enter the space to take advantage of the fluid build up. A predisposing factor is the trapping of middle ear fluid behind a poorly draining eustachian tube. ...Read more

Dr. Oscar Novick
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Otitis Media (Definition)

Otitis media is also known as a middle ear infection. It ...Read more