Ear infections are often more common in children, but they can also occur in adults. It leads to earache and may affect one or both of your ears. Sometimes you may also get a fever, and a temporary loss of hearing along with an ear infection.
Ear infections can occur in the outer, middle, or inner ear:
The symptoms vary depending on the type of ear infection:
Ears naturally produce and get rid of ear wax. Sometimes there is wax build up in your ear leading to the ear canal being blocked. Using q-tips or cotton swabs can push the wax further into your ear, and worsen your condition.
Some ear infections clear up on their own without any intervention. If over-the-counter medication isn't providing relief or if the symptoms persist, we're here to help.Book a Visit