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Sudden Ear Pain In Kids
Maybe not: Sudden ear pain is often due to pressure in the middle ear changing the position of the eardrum. For example, rapid descent in an airplane will cause the eardrum to be sucked in towards the middle ear, and causes pain. Infected pus fluid in the middle air space will force the eardrum outwards and cause pain. A doctor needs to examine a painful ear quite soon, in case there is a serious problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sudden ear pain, loud ringing, intensified in hours, fluid movmnt when pops causing icrutiating pain, sore neck, lymph nodes, mucus, becoming intolerable?
See doc asap: That kind of sudden intese pain along with reaction in lymph nodes is a history that suggest possible ear infection. In any even the pain is screaming - go get it seen! you may need some antibiotics or done some injury to the ear that got infected. This is not something for self treatment without a medical exam. See your doc or go to an urgent care center. This can get worse without treatment. ...Read more
Sudden ear pain that intensified in hours, loud ringing, fluid movement when pops causing icrutiating pain, sore neck, lymph nodes, mucus, just awful pain?
I have sudden ear pain, sore itchy throat and no fever for 3 days now. It happens in the morning . What could be wrong ?
Causes?: In addition to the answers of drs codero and maes, remember that children complain of ear pain from any inflammation or irritation in the oral cavity, such as an infected throat, mouth ulcer(s), teething etc.A good ear (and throat)exam is necessary to determine the exact cause.In addition a stuffy nose from a URI or allergies may cause ear pain in a child. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What do you suggest if my child is 3.8 yrs has adenoids & ear pain. has been advised ear & adenoid surgery. pls suggest medicine?
Talk to his doctor: Frequent ear infections such as more than 6 times/year may be an indication for T &A (tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy), particularly if he has hearing loss due to the frequent ear infection. For each episode of infection, an antibiotics such as Amoxicillin should work, if not, a very high dose Amoxicillin could be tried. At any rate, I think yuou need to discuss this issue with your child's doctor ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 3 years child is suffering from ear pain. He is complaining pain in left ear after every 3 to 4 hours. Kindly suggests ear drops?
Look in the ear first: You can buy a cheap otoscope at the pharmacy and looked directly in the ear at the eardrum. For a three-year-old I would wonder first of all do they have an infection. Then I would have a question of a foreign body. So I suggest you don't put anything in his ear until you know what the air looks like. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Expected after T+A: Your ears often hurt after the tonsils have been removed. Spasm of some of the throat muscles (which head up towards the ears, confusing the patient about where the pain is really coming from). Chewing gum or gummy candies can really help. Motrin is now permitted for most patients after surgery and can help too. It should go away within a week. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No clini a are open and my child is complaint of ear pain, i looked inside and it's not red, no blood but lots of wax, it looks blocked. Mom?
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