How To Deal With The Ear That Has Water So It Feels Throbbing?
At night, like this, in the afternoon when I sprayed my flowers with my sister, it happened to be bubbling on my nose, when the water came to my ears, I had to sit because I was in pain for a few seconds, then it felt like my ears were watering, I tried to use cotton bud but there is no good effect, finally at 10 pm I bring to sleep, and at 2 waking up because it throbs at the ear dial, what’s the solution huh?
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Pain in the ear region experienced can be caused by several possibilities, including:
Infection of the external ear (otitis externa). Has two types namely, circumcripts (there are ulcers in the external ear or earlobe), diffuse (inflammation of the ear canal until it looks painful and shrinking ear canal)
Infection of the middle ear (otitis media). This can be preceded by an infection in the respiratory tract such as the nose. Can cause discharge from the ear and pus, if left untreated can cause eardrum perforation.
Cerumen obstruction or untreated earwax. Can cause pain in the ear accompanied by decreased hearing, ears feel full and buzzing / impermeable.
Infection in the upper respiratory tract that interferes with the functioning of the Eustachian tube which connects the middle ear to the throat (nasopharyngeal area). Can cause hearing loss, pain in the ear, or discharge from the ear.
There are several risk factors that can cause pain in the ear, in your case it might be caused by water entering the ear, or an attempt to drain water with a cotton bud that causes injury or irritation to the ear canal and causes pain.
It can temporarily avoid trying to expel water, such as prying with fingers and a cotton bud if it still feels impervious to the ear, to avoid further injury or irritation to the ear. Avoid using ear drops or ear drops without doctor's instructions. Avoid activities like swimming or water sports. Pain relievers can be taken to relieve pain if no allergies or contraindications are found.
It is recommended to consult an ENT specialist for further examination and management. For more information about similar complaints, you can also read this discussion: Ear buzzing, getting in water.
Hopefully this information helps you,