Ear Infection Relief
Otitis externa commonly called "ear ache" (also known as "external otitis" and "swimmer's ear") is an inflammation of the outer ear and ear canal.
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Ear Infection Info
Otitis externa commonly called “ear ache” (also known as "external otitis" and "swimmer's ear") is an inflammation of the outer ear and ear canal. It is characterised by pain in the ear – this in turn is caused by inflammation of the skin of the ear canal. The inflammation can be secondary to dermatitis (eczema) only, with no microbial infection, or it can be caused by active bacterial or fungal infection. In either case, but more often with infection, the ear canal skin swells and may become painful or tender to touch.
Pain is the predominant complaint and the only symptom directly related to the severity of acute external otitis. Unlike other forms of ear infections, the pain of acute external otitis is worsened when the outer ear is touched or pulled gently.
People may also experience ear discharge and itchiness. When enough swelling and discharge in the ear canal is present to block the opening, external otitis may cause temporary conductive hearing loss.
Due to the fact that the ear and throat are often interconnected, irritation (whether it be in inflammation or a scratching sensation) is normal. However, excessive throat symptoms may likely point to the throat as the cause of the pain in the ear rather than the other way around.
Because the symptoms of external otitis lead many people to attempt to clean out the ear canal (or scratch it) with slim implements, self-cleaning attempts generally lead to additional trauma of the injured skin, so rapid worsening of the condition often occurs.
Swimming in polluted water is a common way to contract swimmer's ear, but it is also possible to contract swimmer's ear from water trapped in the ear canal after a shower, especially in a humid climate Constriction of the ear canal from bone growth (Surfer's ear) can trap debris leading to infection. Once the skin of the ear canal is inflamed, external otitis can be drastically enhanced by either scratching the ear canal with an object, or by allowing water to remain in the ear canal for any prolonged length of time.
There are some natural health remedies that can help alleviate the symptoms of otitis.
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