Ear Pain Suddenly Like Taking In Water With A History Of Cough, Runny Nose And Fever?
Greetings … I want to ask my ear why does it suddenly sound so right ?? Why did you put in the water like that r nPreviously I had a cold, cough, fever … But colds, coughs, fever was over my ears just got sick … thanks
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Colds, coughs and fever usually indicate inflammation of the respiratory tract. The triggers can be many, ranging from viral infections, bacterial infections, allergies, irritants, and so on. As a result of this inflammation, the glandular cells in the airway wall can produce more mucus, resulting in colds and coughs. Not only that, this inflammation can also cause an increase in the set point of the thermoregulator in the brain, causing fever.
In most cases, airway inflammation that causes colds, coughs, and fever is not a dangerous condition so it will heal on its own without special treatment. However, this inflammation can spread to other areas, including the ear. The spread of this inflammation to the ear usually occurs through the Eustachian tube, which is a tube that connects the middle ear to the throat (specifically the nasopharynx). As a result of this inflammation, the function of the ear can be disturbed. It could also be that the middle ear becomes infected (otitis media), resulting in a buildup of excess pus which can block the movement of the hearing bones in conducting sound.
The buildup of pus in the middle ear can make the ear feel full, hearing less, causing pain in the ear and spreading to other parts of the ear. It could also, this inflammation causes damage to the eardrum which was originally served to limit the outer ear. When you reach this condition, the ear pain will be reduced, and the patient will experience a lot of discharge and smells bad from the ear.
Apart from the effects of inflammation in the airway that radiates to the ear, it could also be, pain and decreased hearing function in the ear that you feel at this time is due to other factors, such as the ingress of insects or other foreign objects, tinnitus (ringing in the ears), otitis externa ( inflammation of the outer ear), exposure to excessive noise, head injuries, disorders of the jaw or teeth, and so on.
You should immediately check your complaint to a doctor or ENT specialist. Through examinations with special tools, namely otoscope, x-rays, CT scans, or blood tests, doctors are usually able to identify the originator of your complaint, complete with the best treatment.
You can temporarily reduce pain that arises by taking paracetamol drugs. Avoid putting anything in the ear without a doctor's advice. If there are certain substances that often trigger allergic reactions in your body, avoid those triggers. Drink plenty of warm water first, get more rest, and don't dig your ears carelessly.
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