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Plugged Ear Home Remedies
My ears are plugged with fluid. Im already on 2nd round of antibiotics. Is there a natural home remedy to help drain the fluid? My ears hurt.
Eustachian tube: These days, we're leaning away from offering antibiotics for middle ear effusions (fluid in ears) and even infections, in otherwise healthy patients. Instead, we recommend antihistamines & decongestants to clear eustachian tube and relieve pain from eustachian tube dysfunction (imagine landing in main cabin w/clogged ears). Get some pain relief from your doc along w/antihistamines & decongestants. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Fluid in left ear, but no infection. Recovering from flu that has lasted 7 days. Ear has been plugged for 4 days. Tried every home remedy but netipot.
See ENT doctor: You have otitis media with effusion (ome). Often it resolves over time. Antimicrobials can help in ome but the benefit is not long term and are they are not usually recommended. Corticosteroids can help, but they also provide short term benefit. Antihistamines might help, if the cause is an allergic reaction, but not if is from infection, surgical options are available if perstant. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
My left ear is plugged where i can't hear very good. I did have a head cold a week ago and this is what I have left. What to do what home remedy or drugstore cure for a plugged ear from a head cold or sinuses
Plugged : Plugged ears after a cold is very common. This may be due to swelling of the eustachian tube so that the ear cannot equalize pressure or from direct inflammation of the middle ear. If there is no active infection in the ear, then the best treatment is just waiting for it to recover. Some people may get benefit from over-the-counter decongestants. Your doctor may start a nasal steroid spray. There is no proof that these speed recovery. Unfortunately, symptoms can lst 2-3 months. If there is persistent fluid in the middle ear past that time, an ear tube may need to be placed. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I have had a plugged ear for about one day from swimming all weekend. Can a blow dryer help remedy the problem?
Probably not: You probably need to have it checked - there are 3 possibilities - swimmer ear, wax impaction or infection behind the ear drum. Drying the ear canal at this point with a blow dryer won't help. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
What do I have? What treatment is suggested? I have severe throat pain, characterized by swelling on the lateral (glands?) and a feeling of a lump in my throat. Profuse amounts of phlegm from all orifices except eyes and ears. Right ear is plugged. Inc
If : If you have not done so already please see your doctor. You could be dealing with a throat infection (pharyngitis), bronchitis, ear infection, and/or allergies. You may need antibiotics. In the meantime you can try over the counter mucinex to thin the phlegm and make it easier to cough up and out, and Ibuprofen for pain. I hope you are better soon. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
What are some home remedies for an ear infection, I believe I have one, my ear is plugged and I have itchy eye and a runny nose.?
Pain?: We often get fluid behind our eardrums when we get a cold or have bad allergies. This doesn't always mean the fluid is infected. If you have not pain and it just feels plugged, then it is likely fluid that will go away and doesn't need treatment. If you have a lot of pain and fever, then it may be infected. If you often have itchy eyes and runny nose, you might seek allergy treatment. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
My ears always seem to be plugged up because of wax build up. What's an easy, non painful way to clean them out at home?
OTC wax removal: Over counter get ear wax removal ear drops , try it twice a day , follow directions.Another choice is put 5-6 drops of hydrogen peroxide into your ear , wait few minutes and let it drain. Usually it helps to loosen up the dry wax and comes out by itself. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Sinus infection for a week.Zpack for 5 days+home self care.Classic sinus syptoms+plugged ringing ears&dull pain in back of head.Getting worse.Now what?
Sinusitis: Often, antibiotics are unnecessary in managing sinus infection. Treatment should be accompanied by nasal irrigation with saline (neti-pot), decongestants (pseudoephedrine or oxymetozaline nasal spray), possibly nasal steroids and pain control with nsaids. If these measures do not help, see an ENT doctor. Good luck. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Warm Washcloth: If you prefer not to give ibuprofen, try warming a washcloth, not too hot, and having the child lay it over the affected ear. This will provide some temporary relief, repeat as needed. If you are looking for a medicine to give, then of course ibuprofen will help! ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
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