The Right Ear Comes Out Of Yellow Fluid And The Right Nose Produces An Unpleasant Odor?
Hello … my daughter is 2 years old 11 months … in the middle of the year I have a cold cough and fever and then my left ear comes out yellow liquid … it’s recovering now early January the ear comes out yellow and the breath of the nose smells … even the child doesn’t cough cold how about that?
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Fluid out of the ear can be caused by several possibilities, including:
Infection of the ear. An infection in the middle ear can cause symptoms of discharge. Usually called "congek". The liquid can be clear, yellow, or greenish. Trauma. The presence of a collision in the ear area can cause discharge from the ear. Can be accompanied by blood if the wound to the ear involves a torn wound. Swimmer's ear syndrome. Occurs when you spend a lot of time in the water, so the condition of the ear canal becomes moist and can be a medium for growing viral and bacterial infections. In the condition of a cold cough and yellow discharge from the ear can direct the possible causes of viral or bacterial infections. Yellow fluid that comes out repeatedly with a smelly breath has become an indication that it needs to be checked as soon as possible by a pediatrician.
In the meantime, avoid manipulating the ear area, making sure the ears are clean and dry, and consulting a pediatrician for further examination and management. Examination can be done on the ear, can be given drugs such as antibiotics to treat infections. Avoid giving medication alone without doctor's instructions.
Hopefully this information helps you,