Otitis media is caused due to respiratory infection, cold, and allergy that infect and cause swelling of the eustachian tube lining along with nasal and throat congestion. Swollen eustachian tube blocks the normal ear fluid drainage, ultimately causing infection of the middle ear. It is characterized by ear pain, improper hearing, imbalance, poor sleep, abnormal ear discharge, etc. It is treated with antibiotics and pain-relieving medications.
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Query: Hello doctor, My daughter aged 5 years is having an ear infection wherein we could observe a small yellow pus formation inside her right ear almost at the end. It itches a lot although she does not experience any pain. This is present for close to three weeks now. Please help. Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. You described about the right ear discharge since three weeks is associated with tonsillitis. I want to know whether is there any attack of cold? Is there any injury to ear with earbud? Is there any symptoms of mouth breathing? Is there any previous diagnosis of adenoi... Read Full »