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Can one fly with a perforated eardrum?

Yes. As a matter of fact, it will be easier to fly with that ear because one would not have to equalize pressure in it. The caveat is that you are the passenger. You should likely not pilot for fear of equilibrium issues. . Read more...

How do you treat a perforated eardrum?

Perforated ear drum. Ear drum perforations are treated socially with tympanoplasty. Have your ear evaluated by a board certified otolaryngologist. Read more...

How to survive with an perforated eardrum?

Ruptured ear drums. After care for ruptured ear drums includes: tylenol (acetaminophen) or Ibuprofen for pain, antibiotics if an infection caused the rupture, avoidance of anything in your ear, and follow up with a doctor in 2 weeks to recheck the status of the rupture. All the best! Read more...

What are the symptoms of a perforated eardrum?

Drainage. Acute perforation of the tympanic membrane from infection will always be accompanied by drainage. If the perforation has been present for a long time there may be hearing loss but a small perforation may have little in the way of symptoms. Read more...

What happens after you have a perforated eardrum?

Most heal in 3 weeks. Those that do not heal withing 3 weeks should be evaluated by an ent. There is plenty we can do to fix eardrums. Read more...