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Hi See your doctor ASAP for some antibiotics to clear away any infection, but this water will slowly drain away. OKGood Luck
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Since I do not know the medical details of your case....only what you have shared, the insertion of tubes would seem appropriate after three months...
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Great question!If we're talking about the ear itching, then yes, that is completely normal. In fact, whenever tissue is healing it's normal...
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Watchful waiting is all that can be done. Fluid behind the eardrum will usually be reabsorbed by the body, but it can take months in some people...
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There is no way to inspect the ear and make a determination on the exact cause of the tinnitus, let alone determine if the tinnitus is temporary or...
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There are only a few things that can be done for middle ear effusion (fluid)....1. You can wait it out, but after three months, you need to see an...
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Long before antibiotics, there were mothers and grandmothers. Putting heat on an earache was a standard of home care in this era. When you put heat...
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 If the music is too loud then yes it can
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No.  An itchy ear is likely to be a problem in the external ear CANAL, not a healing eardrum. However, the drainage from the rupture could have...
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We've been dealing with the same thing with my daughter for 7 months-- She required oral Clindamyacin and ciprodex drops to get any relief b/c...
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Don't be alarmed. Eardrums often spontaneously rupture and cause a little bleeding, so this is the most likely reason for the dried blood. This...
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If your doctor was not able to find a reason for your ear pain and hearing changes, then you need to see an ENT specialist for a higher-level...
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The eardrum (tympanic membrane) has three delicate layers that help keep the eardrum thin, but strong. A chronic middle ear infection (otitis media)...
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A hole that forms in the eardrum (tympanic membrane perforation) usually causes a chronic draining ear, or a condition called chronic otitis media...
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