Why Does The Left Ear Ache And Buzz After Catching A Cold Cough?
Good evening doctor, I am Rijal at 22 years old I want to ask at first I was coughed and runny nose a few days later my left ear was aching like being pricked and buzzing like that but I checked the doctor said my ear was infected so it was given medicine if it didn’t heal at the order for treatment at a specialist after I have dropped the medicine the doctor gave me, the pain and hum are somewhat better, but instead it makes my head hurt as if I was stabbed in the left side of the doctor.
A cold cough followed by pain in the ear canal, possibly caused by the following conditions:
Inflammation of the eardrum that occurs due to flu There is an infection on the inside of the eardrum that causes the formation of fluid and pus by bacteria, and the fluid is trying to push outwards the ear canal, and cause pain. On direct examination by a doctor, you can see the eardrum leaning forward due to the pressure of the liquid inside. This condition is also called acute otitis media or OMA. There is an infection in the outer ear canal. In the three conditions above, otitis media can cause prolonged pain and complications. It requires a direct examination and treatment by an ENT specialist to cure and avoid these complications.
Consult with your ENT specialist immediately. You can take pain relievers such as paracetamol to reduce headaches that arise. Hearing can temporarily decrease due to this condition. water intrusion The possibility of a ruptured eardrum can occur, usually in children, which can heal itself within 72 hours. However, in adults, this lasts longer or even does not heal or does not close again. Please confirm this with an ENT doctor for more details. Thus the explanation, hopefully can help