Swelling In The Middle Ear Accompanied By Buzzing?
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Hi Novan, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com
Inflammation of the ear can occur in the ear canal, eardrum and middle ear. Inflammation often occurs due to infection by bacteria.
In your ear you may be experiencing OMA (acute otitis media), where fluid collects in the middle ear. This fluid can push the eardrum membrane outwards, causing intense pain. If this condition occurs, the eardrum may eventually tear if not treated immediately. A torn ear drum can heal by reuniting for a long time, but can also not be reunited. This torn eardrum decreases hearing function and increases the risk of tears.
If the eardrum is pushed by this fluid, it can be detected before tearing, the doctor can perform a slight cut on the eardrum so that the fluid in the middle ear can come out. The incision will reunite completely after the middle ear dries.
To anticipate this, you can control before the doctor's schedule. So that the doctor can re-examine your ear and that you get additional medication for additional complaints if needed. Drugs that have been prescribed previously remain in accordance with doctor's advice.
Thus hopefully useful.