The Ears Felt Deaf In One Side As If They Were Buzzing?
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Fever in adults most often indicates a viral or bacterial infection. This infection can occur in various organ systems, including the ear. Ear infections that can cause ear discomfort, decreased hearing, and also ringing are:
External otitis (external ear infection)
The outer ear covers the earlobe to the outer ear canal. This outer ear can become infected, usually due to damp conditions or the habit of inserting foreign objects into the ear (including water or cotton buds). Usually, this condition will cause the ear to become swollen, reddish, release excess secretions, and also cause complaints as you experience. Otitis media (middle ear infection)
The middle ear includes the hearing bones (malleus, incus, stapes) which are bounded by the outer ear by the eardrum. The middle ear is connected to the respiratory tract through a tube called the Eustachian tube. Therefore, infection of the middle ear occurs most often due to transmission of infection from the respiratory tract. This condition can cause various complaints that you experience, accompanied by ear pain, such as fullness, reduced hearing, fever, and also abnormal discharge from the ear (usually greenish or resembling pus). In addition to ear infections, your complaint may also occur due to other viral or bacterial infections. As for the disorders in your ears, it can also arise due to the side effects of ototoxic drugs, excessive noise exposure, accumulation of earwax, or various other causes.
We recommend that before the complaint worsens, consult a doctor or ENT specialist for further treatment. As a first step, you can first take paracetamol so that your fever will subside. Avoid entering your ears from foreign objects, including water, insects, or cotton swabs. Do not use drugs or drops carelessly unless it is recommended directly by a doctor. Also protect your ears from being exposed to excessive noise, including by not using hand free too often.
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