Throbbing Ears Accompanied By Headaches Due To Intruding Water?
Hello, I want to ask, my ear hurts so much that my head throbbed, and I got a headache because my ear got water and I dug it. How do you treat the medicine / how to deal with throbbing ears like this? That is all and thank you
Hello, thanks for the question.
The ear is one of the body's organs that functions as the sense of hearing and regulates balance. The ear consists of the outer ear, the middle part, and the end part. Ear pain can be caused by disorders of the ear parts, some things that cause ear pain include ear infections, both the outer ear and middle ear, meniere's disease, due to acoustic trauma (sudden exposure to very loud sounds), due to barotrauma or due to changes air pressure or water when someone climbs a mountain, travels by plane, or dives at a certain depth, and so on. The most common cause of ear pain is infection, it can be caused by bacteria or fungus. The most common external ear infection is due to the habit of prying ears, characterized by pain, especially if the pressure is done on the ear, while middle ear infection complaints of pain usually accompanied by discharge from the ear, decreased hearing, frequent colds, and so forth. To determine the cause, you should consult an ENT specialist. The doctor will ask a number of things related to complaints, ENT physical examination, and maybe also some additional examinations, such as x-rays, audiometry examinations, etc. if needed. Handling will be tailored to the cause of the complaint. If it is caused by a bacterial infection the doctor may prescribe antibiotics, pain medication, and other medicines to reduce complaints. Some things that can be done to prevent worsening complaints include:
Keep the ears dry, avoid swimming Avoid the habit of prying ears Eating healthy and nutritious food Adequate rest Sufficient fluid needs Avoid cigarettes and alcohol Immediately seek medical attention if complaints are felt to worsen, hearing decreases, high fever, severe pain, out blood from the ear, and so on.
Thus, hopefully it helps.