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Every parent should pay attention to your child's nasty ear infections, even if they're just a few since these can lead to something much worse.
Ear infections are one of the most common reasons for pediatrician visits.
The liquid can then go back up into the ears through the Eustachian tube, causing inflammation in the tube," the doctor said."This is bad because bacteria can enter through the tube into the ear and cause an ear infection.
Washington DC, [USA] Nov 28 ( ANI ): Sir Elton John has postponed various shows in Florida owing to his ear infection.
no need for antibiotics in most middle ear infections
A: An ear infection typically causes pain that may be sharp or dull, and you also may notice that your balance Is slightly "off." The most common type of ear infection is called otitis media (middle ear infection), and is caused by fluid building up behind the eardrum--the resulting pressure causes pain.
Ear examination revealed that 47 (5.8%) children had an ear infection at the time of the survey.
Middle-ear infection, or acute otitis media, is an ear infection that is usually caused by bacteria or viruses.
Clean his ears only if his veterinarian recommends it for an active ear infection, or he is recovering from an ear infection or injury.
If the cause of an ear infection isn't obvious, ear cytology--an examination of the discharge microscopically--may be necessary to find the presence of bacteria, yeast, mites or inflammatory cells.
Anyone can get an ear infection, but children get them more often than adults.
Because 80% of children have had at least one ear infection by age 3, most families will frequently find themselves asking whether their child has an ear infection.
They found that 216 of the children had a history of a recent ear infection.
Dubai: Cold and flu, sore throat and ear infection are the top three common infections suffered by students at the beginning of the school year, an expert said.
If your dog frequently shakes her head, scratches at her head or ears, rubs her head along the carpet or furniture, sits with her head cocked to one side, or whines while doing any of the above, odds are that she has or is developing an ear infection. You may also see some redness at the opening of the ear, sometimes extending outward into the pinna (ear flap).