The ears are ripe diseases usually means middle ear infection. Behind the eardrum is the middle ear. Protects the auditory tube connection between the middle ear and nasopharynx. When this tube closes for any reason, the normal environment of the middle ear is disturbed. As a result, various diseases germs spread and cause infections in the middle ear.
This disease is usually due to cold or flu. The ears are ripe diseases that are more common in children. They are easily infected because the Eustachian tube is small, wide, and short. Moreover, these diseases are more prevalent in children who drink milk. A lot of the time, the milk from the bottle goes to the ears through the tube.
Also, if the eardrum is ruptured, germs can reach the ear from outside and cause infection. Especially those who get water in their ears while driving is more likely to get this infection. When there is an infection inside the ear, the arteries of the ear become swollen, and the discharge inside the ear increases, and pus accumulates. The disease causes pain in the ears. The patient of ears is less sharp.
- Recurrent infections of the upper respiratory tract.
- In case of common cold and influenza.
- When the glands in the oral cavity become enlarged.
- In the case of tonsillitis
- If there is a tumor at the junction of the nose and throat or if the auditory tube is closed for other reasons
- If measles
- Frequent inflammation of the space between the bones of the mouth and the skull (sinusitis).
Signs and symptoms:
- May cause ear pain, headache, and fever.
- If you put alae inside the ear from outside, you can see that the eardrum is red. The inner pressure of the screen pushes outwards. When the eardrum ruptures, pus is recognized, and when the eardrum ruptures, discharge falls through the ear (at this time, fever and ear pain are reduced).
- After the eardrum ruptured, the patient of ear became less sharp.
Lab: Testing: Determination of appropriate bacterial and antibiotic by ear discharge test and hearing test of the patient.
- Full rest (in acute cases)
- Paracetamol should be given to reduce pain.
- If the patient hears more than before, then the treatment is improving. And if you can’t hear clearly in your ears or if there are any complications, you have to refer the patient to a specialist.
- Fingers in the ears, piercing with a stick
- Do not bathe in the pond/river to prevent water from getting into the ears, do not wash with cotton in the ears.
- Children are made to drink liquid food.
- Do not rub the two nostrils together.
- Close the nose, and do not give air inside the ear.