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    There are some diseases that can be recovered through their own immunity, and some small diseases can be treated, but otitis media is not possible, because everyone suffers from otitis media is different, the cause is different, the symptoms are also different, the body's immunity The function cannot be self-healing.
    Different types of otitis media have different characteristics. Non-suppurative otitis media such as catarrhal otitis media can have symptoms such as hearing loss, blockage, and overhearing.

Different types of otitis media have different characteristics
Suppurative otitis media is divided into acute otitis media and chronic otitis media. Acute otitis media can have symptoms such as earache, hearing loss, and external auditory canal discharge. Chronic otitis media is divided into chronic simple otitis media, chronic skeletal otitis media and chronic cholesteatoma otitis media;
So once you find that there is pus liquid in your ears, you should pay attention. Your otitis media is already very serious and it has begun to suppurate. At this time, you have to go to the hospital for treatment in time. After treatment, it is impossible to heal itself.
All have long-term symptoms of external auditory canal discharge, symptoms of hearing loss, bony and cholesteatoma otitis media, pus has a foul smell, can cause brain abscess.
Acute catarrhal otitis media is generally caused by nasal mucosal edema, congestion, nasopharyngeal lymphoid tissue hyperplasia, nasopharyngeal cancer, etc. The eustachian tube is not smooth, and the middle ear air pressure is unbalanced (tympanic negative pressure). Glucocorticoids + antibiotics + furan paralysis should be used. If necessary, the tympanic tube should be inflated. It is generally not difficult to cure in the early stage.
The later stage is the chronic stage. If the Eustachian tube function does not recover well and the tympanic effusion cannot be eliminated, tympanic membrane puncture (tympanic drum) or tympanic tube can be used.
Patients with acute suppurative otitis media without perforation of the tympanic membrane are treated with antibiotics throughout the body, phenolic ear drops are used for severe pain in the ears, and sulfuric acid paralysis is used for those with acute rhinitis;
People with perforated tympanic membrane should not use phenolic eye drops. Hydrogen peroxide should be used to clean the external ear canal and middle ear. After cleaning, antibiotic ear drops should be applied to the ear. With the use of antibiotics throughout the body, it is generally not difficult to cure. Perforated tympanic membrane can also be cured.
Chronic otitis media is divided into chronic simple otitis media, chronic skeletal otitis media and chronic cholesteatoma otitis media.
The treatment of chronic simple otitis media is to use hydrogen peroxide solution to clean the external auditory canal and middle ear. After cleaning the purulent secretions in the external auditory canal and middle ear, blot or wipe dry, and then use antibiotic ear drops to replace the ear;
Combined with systemic antibiotic therapy, the acute attack can generally be controlled. After killing and control, the mucosa in the middle ear returns to normal without any secretion. At this time, it is called “dry ear”. If the Eustachian tube functions normally after the dry ear, tympanic membrane repair can be performed. The purpose of healing;
The treatment of chronic skeletal otitis media and chronic cholesteatoma otitis media must be completely cured by surgery and relieve the risk of intracranial infection. Drain the tympanum and tympanic sinus, remove inflammatory tissue and cholesteatoma, and finally according to the situation Perform tympanoplasty.
Whether it is chronic otitis media or suppurative otitis media, it is necessary to actively treat, there is no possibility of self-healing, so treatment is the best choice, because if things go on like this, it will affect your hearing, and it may even cause you to hear It’s possible that you don’t see it, so you must go to the doctor in time.

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