What Is The Medicine For Discomfort In The Ear And Inside The Nose?
I have been feeling uncomfortable for almost 1 year in my ears and inside my nose, in my nose it is like a blockage, but when I inhale it is not blocked, in the nose it also sometimes seems like there is pressure, when burping my left nose seems to be pressed upwards and like clogged up to my ears, my left eye feels like there is pressure, my left side of the head sometimes hurts. I’ve been to an ENT doctor 5 times, last time I went to an ENT doctor last week, but now the discomfort is still there. Doc, hearing checkup done, the result is my hearing is good, but at the next examination the doctor said that my ear canal is flushed. ndok, can a hearing examination reveal the presence of fluid in the eustacius fallopian tubes?
Thank you for the question.
Before discussing further, it would be better if I first explained about the ear. The ear is divided into 3 parts, namely the outer ear, middle ear and inner ear. The outer ear consists of the auricles and the ear canal. The middle ear consists of the eardrum, ear bones, and fallopian tubes or eustachian tube. The inner ear consists of the cochlea, semilunar tract, and nerves.
The eustachian tube or eustachian tube is a connecting channel between the middle ear space and the pharyngeal cavity. The eustachian tube allows the balance of air pressure in the middle ear cavity with the outside air. Imbalances that occur are caused by: nasal congestion due to colds or allergies
In patients who have allergies, one of the symptoms is nasal congestion. In allergic conditions, nasal congestion will be a common occurrence and possibly even in the long term. Thus, complaints to the ears will be felt more and more frequently and even persist.
Normally there is fluid in the eustachian fallopian tubes. There is no hearing test to find out fluid in the eustachian tube. The examination is carried out to determine any disturbances in the ear and nose area.
Reddening of the ear canal can be caused by several things, such as:
the entry of water into the ear canal, making it easier for bacteria and fungi to grow and gnaw the ears. Red ear canal is a symptom of otitis externa or inflammation of the outer ear. The risk factors that can put a person at risk of developing otitis externa include:
swimming too little earwax or too many skin diseases including skin in the ear canal ear canal scratches or abrasions due to ear picking allergies to hair care products The suggestions I can give to reduce swelling and prevent it from getting worse include:
avoid picking the ear if you feel pain can take paracetamol or ibuprofen can use ear drops, but you should first consult this with an ENT doctor to make sure the eardrum is in good condition (not perforated) use ear protection when swimming dry the ears after bathing or swimming Hopefully my explanation can answer the question.
dr. Kresnawati Wahyu Setiono