Right Ear Like There Is Liquid?
Do I want to ask you … I have had a cold for several days, and usually when I side (snot out of the nose) there is a sound from the ear that also looks like a side, and some days the ear feels budek to the right … but now it really hurts the right ear … It feels like there’s snot inside … And also at the age of 24 can still grow the tip of the teeth? Because the tooth really hurt at the very tip of the gum, when there was a white flashlight on the gum … Is that possible new teeth?
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Colds or flu or rhinitis that you experience can cause inflammation in the mouth of the Eustachian tube. Inflammation is caused by germs from the nose that infect the Eustachian tube estuary. The eustachian tube is the channel that connects the middle ear to the nasal cavity. Its function is to equate the pressure inside the middle ear with the outside environment. If the channel is closed, it causes the pressure in the middle ear to become negative. This negative pressure causes blood vessels to widen, causing inflammation and fluid buildup in the middle ear. In addition, this condition can be a good medium for germ growth. This is what causes you to feel there is a runny fluid in the ear.
You cannot reach the liquid through the ear canal using a cotton bud. Because the middle ear is covered by the eardrum. So, when you pry the ears, the fluid in the middle ear is still there and the complaints don't decrease at all. What happens is inflammation of the ear canal because you dig it too hard. This condition is called otitis externa.
In this case, you should consult immediately with the nearest doctor. The doctor will give you anti-inflammatory drugs, anti-histamines and antibiotics if needed. Can be a nasal spray or oral medication. If left unchecked, inflammation in the middle ear can continue, causing the accumulated fluid to push the eardrum. This causes extreme pain. And can be at risk of rupture of the eardrum. A ruptured eardrum is difficult to reconnect, causing a decrease in power or the ability to hear and is at high risk of fouling, due to the middle ear being directly exposed to the outside environment.
In the meantime, you can try to overcome this complaint by washing your nose. Please read about how to wash your nose here.
Regarding your next question, right, at your age you can experience the growth of the last molars or wisdom teeth. Read more about wisdom teeth here.
Thus hopefully useful.