Ear Pierced With Sharp Objects To Bleed?
my ear is pricked by a sharp object until it bleeds until my ear doesn’t hear the game ?? I’m 20 years old.
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Ear trauma or trauma to the eardrum is an accident that causes a tear in the eardrum with all its implications. Traumatic events in the ear or eardrum can be caused by trauma with blunt objects or sharp objects. This ear trauma can cause lacerations or injury, both to the external ear, ear canal, eardrum, to the structure inside the ear.
The presence of trauma to the ear can cause the risk of tears to the eardrum and bleeding, which can cause accompanying complaints in the form of blood covering the ear canal, and cause hearing loss, in addition, the risk of infection due to injury can also accompany later.
To ensure the condition of the ear and hearing function, it is necessary to consult directly with an ENT specialist. The doctor will confirm the condition of the ear and complications that may occur through interviews, physical examinations, supporting examinations in accordance with the indications. The results of the examination will be the basis for handling and treatment of patients, so if blood clots are found that block the ear canal, then blood clots are taken or other treatments according to the indications.
In connection with your question, the existence of ear trauma with sharp objects can cause injury, and this injury can occur either outside the ear, ear canal or ear drum injury as described above. Finally, bleeding can cause interference with sound due to the clotting of blood.
If the injury occurs in the ear canal, blood clots are taken and treatment of the wound in the ear canal. If the bleeding is caused by a tear of the eardrum, a blood clot can be taken and also the treatment of the eardrum tear. So hopefully the torn eardrum can return intact and the hearing function will recover,
However, all of this needs to be done directly by the ENT doctor as described above, so the doctor can find out the condition of your ear and plan the treatment that is right for you.
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