Ear Pain After The Entry Of Live Animals?
. My father has a centipede on his ear. In the afternoon the night out and the animal is still alive. He moaned his ear like a drug, what medicine
Thank you for the question.
The insertion of a centipede into the ear can certainly trigger inflammation, either due to allergies or irritation due to the body itself, even from being bitten by the centipede. This inflammation is often characterized by a swollen ear canal, pain, and redness (such as cantengan). Not only that, this condition can also make the ears secrete abnormally, contain blood, or appear hearing loss, tinnitus, fever, and chills in more severe cases. It could also, centipede makes the eardrum tear, so that in addition to hearing will be increasingly disrupted, inflammation can spread to the middle ear.
It's best if you don't panic. So that the condition of your father quickly given the best treatment, you try to take him to see a doctor or ENT doctor. Usually, a mild condition will improve enough with the administration of several types of drugs (such as ear drops or oral medication). In the meantime, he can first do the following tips:
Take paracetamol if you feel pain in the ear
Do not carelessly put water or any substance into the ear
Not even prying ears with anything
Expand to rest and drink water
Avoid ear from returning to centipede or other animals, ie by making sure the house is kept clean and free of dangerous animals
Hope this helps ...