Healing Of The Eardrum Tear And Hearing Is Reduced?
Afternoon .. My name is Irpan. Age 27 years .. I experienced my eardrums slow and my hearing became unclear .. I suffer from perforated ear disorders and feel that my hearing loss is almost 3 weeks .. I have gone to the doctor tht several times .. I was given medicine but there was no reaction .. The first incident was my eardrum cleaning my ears with a cotton bad .. When tomorrow my ears hurt and release fluid .. Well, when I went to the doctor, there was a week the fluid was gone but how come my hearing was still unclear … Medicine from the doctor I eat all the time .. Then in the added I buy jelly qnc medicine which is golden gamat is it good ?? Can it recover my ears and how long does it usually take to cure it ??? Thank you ..
Hello Irvan, thank you for asking.
Based on the symptoms you describe, it is possible that you have otitis media supurativa. This condition is a condition of middle ear space infection. Infection can be caused by bacteria, viruses, or fungi. The causative microorganism, can enter the ear is generally caused due to injury. For example, injuries from prying ears with improper devices, such as fingers, toothpicks, pens, cotton buds, and so on. Infection will cause an inflammatory reaction characterized by the formation of fluid or pus in the middle ear space. The liquid will then push the eardrum so that it eventually tears.
Ears of the eardrum vary widely. Large rips will certainly take longer to close again. In addition, not all types of eardrum tears can heal without surgery. If the tear is very broad and untidy, then it is possible that the eardrum cannot close again. In such conditions, the doctor may suggest surgery to form a new ear drum. You should discuss this with the ENT doctor who is treating you. Ask about the possibility of healing and what possible actions you can accept. Please continue to consume drugs that are in accordance with doctor's recommendations and are purchased by prescription. Avoid prying ears, keep hands clean, and avoid applying any medicine to the ear.
Hopefully this explanation can be useful. Regards.