The Ministry of Public Health recommends consulting an otolaryngologist before the swimming season or at the seaside or river to control hearing health and avoid using swabs to remove water or wax as it encourages entry. bacteria
"It is important to pass on to the public that they do not use the famous tampons as they injure the skin covering the auditory canal. It is much more sensitive to bacteria before removing the last layer of skin that protects this channel," medical experts say.
"Moreover, if they are hope carriers (wax stoppers), they end up pushing it to the back of the ear and their removal is more difficult," they added. For this reason, people with a wax plug should contact their doctor to remove it properly.
In any case, after a damp ear in the afternoon of a swimming pool or beach, experts recommend putting a drop of alcohol, which allows you to quickly evaporate the water that may be left in the duct and do not use a swab.
They also warned of "self-induced" inflammation of the middle ear, that is, those that occur when maneuvering with fingers or nails to remove water.
Otitis is an infection or inflammation of any part of the ear caused by various microorganisms. There are two types: otitis media and otitis media. The latter is the middle ear of the swimmer, the inflammation of the outer ear canal and the external auditory canal. This can be caused by water ingress or trauma.
The main symptom of otitis media is ear pain, blocked ears, itching and sometimes ear. If these symptoms occur, a doctor should be consulted immediately.
Neck inflammation includes the middle ear behind the body. This is very common in early childhood and is generally caused by infections.
How is the treatment of otitis media treated?
An external otitis media is usually treated with an ear gland containing antibiotics and steroids to reduce ear canal swelling. It is important to follow your doctor's instructions correctly.