The Relationship Of Pain In The Neck And Left Eye With Ear Infections?
, until every day the eyes, cheeks and neck before my left hurts, pain … and before that happened to my left ear infection and swollen infection (now has not developed), only because it still feels sick … if there is any infection with ear infection me? how about the handler?
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Yes, pain in your eyes, cheeks and left neck is most likely a pain in the facial muscles, or called myalgia. This condition can be caused by the spread of pain from the ear. Where the real problem is in your left ear, while the complaint that you feel in the eyes, cheeks and left neck is just propagation.
As for what you can do independently is compress the left side of the face with warm and cold water alternately. Next take an over-the-counter pain reliever, such as paracetamol according to the rules of use of the drug that you can read on the drug instructions paper. This is done to reduce the pain that appears.
Next, you should be able to continue treating your earache. As long as there are complaints, it means there are still abnormalities in your ear. Although it is already in the stage of improvement, but it is necessary to continue treatment until recovery. This aims to accelerate healing.
The pain in the ear can be caused:
1. External otitis, which is inflammation of the outer ear, which includes the outer ear drum and ear canal. Can be caused by the habit of scraping the ears roughly, conceding to heaven.
2. Inflammation of the eardrum or myringitis.
3. Otitis media, which is inflammation of the middle ear, is caused by the pressure difference between the middle ear and the environment. As a result of boarding a plane, diving, ISPA so that it covers the Eustacius fallopian tubes.
4. And others.
To find out the cause of ear pain in you, consult with your nearest doctor. The doctor will conduct an examination using a special instrument, the otoscope. The instrument will be able to assess the condition of the outer ear to the middle ear.
Thus hopefully useful.