Chronic Ear Infections Can Lead To Hearing Loss

Chronic Ear Infections Can Lead To Hearing Loss    

Besides Antibiotics, These Can Be Treated By Removing The Adenoids    

In cold seasons, it is very common to suffer from ear infections. Due to the fact that the ears and nose are connected to the upper respiratory area, it can result in ear infections. The most common symptom is earache, which can appear as a sudden and pain or a constant ache. There is also a sensation of fullness in the ear, nausea, ear drainage, poor appetite, poor sleeping, and fever. Normal treatment is based on antibiotics. However, there is another procedure called ear tube treatment, which is helpful for cases of frequent ear infections, or when the fluid is behind the eardrum, causing hearing loss or speech delay. Another treatment for frequent ear infections is the removal of adenoids, which are a pair of tissues, similar to the tonsils that are located at the back of the nose. These are part of the immune system and prevent germs and bacteria from entering the body. As in the tonsils, adenoids can get are enlarged or infected, causing breathing problems and increasing the risk of middle ear infections. In the case, the solution is to remove them, which will take care of the difficulty in nasal breathing, and reduce the risk of ear infections and sinusitis.


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