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When ear pain occurs, it is rather difficult to independently establish an accurate diagnosis and choose ear drops suitable for treatment. Only an otolaryngologist will be able to quickly distinguish the symptoms of different diseases: after examination using professional equipment. Inflammatory diseases - otitis media - are a common reason for referring to an otolaryngologist for both adults and children. But in addition to otitis media, other factors can also cause discomfort:
Pathologies near the ear - arthrosis and arthritis of the mandibular joint
Inflammation of the lymph nodes
Mastoiditis (inflammation of the tissues of the appendix of the temporal bone)
Inflammation of the salivary gland
Inner ear pathology
A sharp drop in atmospheric pressure
Past inflammatory diseases and their consequences
Ingress of foreign objects, insects, water into the ears
Poor hygiene or improper use of care products
The types of pains also differ - they can be pressing, throbbing, sharp, have a different character, occur temporarily and disappear without additional intervention: for example, in windy weather. To choose the best ear drops that will quickly help eliminate the cause of the pain, you need to be sure of the cause of the pathology.
We draw your attention: self-treatment for all ear pathologies is an incorrect solution, since the lack of qualified diagnostics and medical care can lead to an exacerbation of the disease, hearing loss, and the spread of pathology to neighboring organs.
The choice of drops suitable for the treatment of a specific ear disease or closely spaced ENT organs depends on what exactly caused the pathology. If the causative agent is a fungal infection, the doctor prescribes drugs that contain a component that destroys the fungal pathogenic microflora. By the same principle, a choice is made for inflammations of any other nature. Otolaryngologists prescribe drops of one of four main groups - with antibiotics, antifungal, anti-inflammatory pain relievers, or agents that help remove sulfur plugs. Also in the pharmacy you can always buy combined action drugs.
Antibiotic ear drops
The drugs contain an antibiotic of one of the groups and are necessary in the treatment of otitis media of external, acute, purulent and chronic forms. Such ear drops belong to drugs of broad antimicrobial action and in the process manifest themselves as bactericidal - they eliminate the colonies of pathogens that caused the disease. The following are examples of different types of antimicrobial drops that are active against a large list of gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria.