Overcoming Bleeding Ears After Being Hit?
hello good night r nI want to ask this afternoon I was hit in the left ear and then there was blood coming out this is the solution for healing how?
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A hard blow near the ear can trigger bleeding. This bleeding can come from the outer area of the ear, for example due to tearing of the leaf skin or ear canal. It could also be, this bleeding comes from a deeper area of the ear, for example, a tear in the eardrum.
How much blood did you lose? Are there any other complaints that you feel, such as decreased hearing function, severe ear pain, smelly discharge from the ears, dizziness, irritating sounds in the ears, vomiting, fever, and so on?
Bleeding after an impact in the ear should be aware that it is dangerous if:
Does not stop for more than 6 hours The blood that comes out is very massive (flowing, not dripping) Accompanied by a large enough wound in the skin Accompanied by decreased hearing function, severe ear pain, smelly discharge from the ear, dizziness spinning, disturbing sounds in the ear, vomiting- vomiting, fever, or a variety of other serious complaints. If you experience one or more of the danger signs above, you should check with your doctor or ENT specialist right away. The impact is hard enough around the ear can not only have an effect on the ear itself, but also the surrounding organs, such as the jaw, teeth, sinus cavity, skull, and so on.
What you need to do now is:
Press the source of bleeding with a rolled gauze until the blood stops. Do not put anything in the ear. If there is severe pain, first take paracetamol to relieve it. Do not take any medicine carelessly Hope it helps, yes ..