Overcoming Inner Ear Infections That Secrete Foul-smelling Liquids?
Mr / Mrs, my doctor, I want to ask, is it the same as a graft ??? and how to deal with a graft ???
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Based on the definition of the Indonesian dictionary, graft and congekan have the same meaning, which is an ear disease that produces foul-smelling or pus-like fluid. In medicine, this condition is called suppurative otitis media. Suppurative otitis media is caused by an infection in the middle ear accompanied by rupture of the eardrum so that pus or smelly fluid produced from the infection in the middle ear can get out of the ear. This condition usually begins with an infection in the respiratory tract.
Therapy for this condition is to overcome infection by using antibiotics. You should check with an ENT doctor if your ears do indeed emit a foul-smelling liquid or pus (especially if it has been happening long enough). Ear infections that are not resolved properly can cause complications in the form of hearing loss, spread of infection to the surrounding tissue, and spread of infection to the lining of the brain (meningitis). Treatment should not be delayed and do not try to do the treatment yourself because it can actually be dangerous for your own health. DO NOT drip certain drugs or certain traditional ingredients into your ear, DO NOT dig the ears either with an ear scraper, cotton bud, or with a finger.
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