No. Fluidcinthe middle ear can be potntially harmful. See an ear dr for.
See doctor. Need antibiotics.
See a doctor. Fluid behind the eardrum is not normal. You may need decongestants, antibiotics and nasal sprays. Sometimes this is a sign of something going on in the nose or sinuses as well. This should be checked by a doctor.
Drainage. See a specialist. Decongestents may help but you can have an infection.
Pain, hearing issue. In acute otitis there is pain, decrease hearing in kids fever, vomiting and sometimes abdominal pain. In chronic form it decrease in hearing might be the only symptom.
Check with ENT. Depends on how much of fluid you have behind the ear, it may need myringotomy (small nick of the ear drum, to let out fluid), in addition you may need a ear tube. Sometimes it may resolve with medications, or valsava maneuver.
Diag. As fluid behind ear drum without infection. How can I aid in draining fluid and avoiding an infection? Normally so painful?
Nasal. Antihistamines and steroids, go to your doctor for prescription.
Nearly fainted while standing in heat for 15mins. Given dexamethasone yesterday. Taken Singulair last night. Fluid behind ear drum.
Dehydrated? If you nearly fainted in a hot environment, it is more suggestive of dehydration than drug side effects. Ear involvement may also cause vertigo in some cases,
Had fluid behind ear drum for over a year now its so bad that I have pressure between my ear and sinuses causing right side of my head to hurt?
ENT. You may need a tube placed to help with drainage and pressure. All the best. I hope you feel better soon.