What Causes Odorless Yellow Discharge From The Ears In Children Aged 3 Months?
Good morning, my child’s age is now 3 months. When I was 2 months old, my child had an infection with the middle ear canal out of yellow and smelly stools, after being checked by the pediatrician and given medicine to heal his ears. But now yellow dirt comes out but doesn’t smell, why and why?
The discharge from the ear in the baby is often caused by an infection in the ear. This condition is influenced by the anatomy of the ear canal, nose and throat which are still more horizontal in shape and shorter so that they are more easily blocked so that infection is easier.
If you have an ear infection, it is necessary to administer medication to treat it. After the infection has subsided, recurring infections can occur, especially if the previous treatment is not complete or re-infection can occur one of them if your child has a cold cough before. If so, several attempts can be made, one of which is to clean ear wax that comes out without prying or cleaning the inside of the ear. Compress the ear with warm water especially if your baby is more fussy or appears to be in pain, give more fluids to the child or give more milk, try not to give medicines to the baby.
If a fever arises, more and more dirt, the child becomes fussy, seems to hold the ear, the child loses appetite, difficulty sleeping or other symptoms should consult your baby's child at the doctor or pediatrician to be given appropriate treatment. Infection in the baby's own ears if not handled properly can cause a number of other health problems such as triggering a fever that can cause febrile seizures, hearing loss, infection of the lining of the brain or meningitis and several other health disorders.
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