Pain In The Ear Above The Earlobe?
, I’m February 21, I want to ask a question.rnI have a problem in my upper ear, it hurts or it hurts when I wear glasses. Maybe because I rarely use glasses. the first one is really upsetting. because after checking through the optics the glasses I was wearing at that time did not match the minuses I had, I finally switched to using new glasses which had fewer minuses than the old ones. Wearing the new glasses, I don’t feel dizzy but only hurts at the top of the ear, could this be an effect because I’m not used to wearing glasses yet? I usually never wear glasses . usually used only during seminars and looking at the blackboard only. the rest do not use. Please reply, thank you.
Hi Febby, thanks for asking on HealthReplies.com
Pain in the ear above the earlobe can be caused by the use of glasses that you have just used, this condition is generally caused by the clamping of the glasses that is too strong / tight so that it causes injury, the position of wearing glasses is not right, the cleanliness of the rods of the glasses or because of the material of the rods. glasses that do not fit your skin, causing inflammation of the skin. But we can't be sure about the exact cause of this condition, because there are other possibilities that can cause similar complaints such as skin infections. For the time being, we recommend getting used to wearing these glasses, and using them all the time we recommend, besides that, clean the rods of the glasses regularly, if you sweat, dry your ears from sweat, and if you still have complaints, you should see a doctor for an examination. as well as further handling, and if needed you can replace the "frame" of glasses with other materials / types. so much information that we can convey, may be useful. Regards, Dr. Prasetyo