Otitis media(ear infection) treatments
TRUE FACTS ABOUT OTITIS MEDIA
Otitis media also called middle ear infection is a soreness situated in the midway ear. Most of the time around 3 or 4 children have a history of this sickness at the age of 3 years.
The main cause of this sickness has to do with a cold, sore throat, or respiratory infection.
Read till the end to know more about the cause, symptoms, and treatments of this sickness.
OTITIS MEDIA CAUSES
Midway ear infections are usually a result of a malfunction of the eustachian tube, a canal that links the middle ear with the throat area. The eustachian tube helps to equalize the pressure between the outer ear and the middle ear. When this tube is not working properly, it prevents normal drainage of fluid from the middle ear, causing a build-up of fluid behind the eardrum. When this fluid cannot drain, it allows for the growth of bacteria and viruses in the ear that can lead to acute otitis media. The following are some of the reasons that the eustachian tube may not work properly:
OTITIS MEDIA SYMPTOMS
Otitis symptoms manifest differently according to each child. Among those symptoms we have:
- Unusual irritability
OTITIS MEDIA TREATMENTS
It has to do with medical and natural treatment.
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Otitis treatment depends on the child’s state according to:
- Your child's age, overall health, and medical history
OTITIS MEDIA PREVENTION
To overcome otitis media, you need to follow some step like:
- Prevent common colds and other illnesses. Teach your children to wash their hands frequently and thoroughly and do not share eating and drinking utensils. Teach your children to cough or sneeze into the crook of their arms. If possible, limit the time your child spends in group child care. A child care setting with fewer children may help. Try to keep your child home from child care or school when ill.
- Avoid secondhand smoke. Make sure that no one smokes in your home. Away from home, stay in smoke-free environments.
- Breast-feed your baby. If possible, breastfeed your baby for at least six months. Breast milk contains antibodies that may offer protection from ear infections.
- If you bottle-feed, hold your baby in an upright position. Avoid propping a bottle in your baby's mouth while he or she is lying down. Don't put bottles in the crib with your baby.
- Talk to your doctor about vaccinations. Ask your doctor about what vaccinations are appropriate for your child. Seasonal flu shots, pneumococcal, and other bacterial vaccines may help prevent ear infections.
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