Symptoms of Swimmer’s ears

Swimmer’s Ear – Know Complications Of It!

By Manavta Hospital, Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT) Swimmer’s ear is an infection that occurs in the ear canal that connects the eardrum to the outer ear. It is basically caused from the leftover water inside the ear after swimming. This creates an environment which facilitates a breeding ground for bacteria. Various particles such as…

Swimmer’s Ear: Be on the Alert For Complications

By, Dr. Rajeev Arya, Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT) Swimmer’s ear is an infection that occurs in the ear canal that connects the eardrum to the outer ear. It is basically caused from the leftover water inside the ear after swimming. This creates an environment which facilitates a breeding ground for bacteria. Various particles…

Stuffy Ears and Inflammation of the Nasal Cavity or Turbinates: Know The Connection

By Dr. Jagdish Chaturvedi, Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT) If your inflammation of the nasal cavity or turbinates are clogged, then in addition to having a blocked nose, you may also exhibit symptoms of dizziness, pain and a muffled ear sensation. The ears and the inflammation of the nasal cavity or turbinates are interconnected…

Signs and Symptoms of Swimmer’s Ear

By Dr. Parth Amin, Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT) Swimmer’s ear is an infection that occurs in the ear canal that connects the eardrum to the outer ear. It is basically caused from the leftover water inside the ear after swimming. This creates an environment which facilitates a breeding ground for bacteria. Various particles…

Otitis Externa: What You Need To Know?

By Dr. Rahul Bhargava, Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT) Swimmer’s ear is an infection that occurs in the ear canal that connects the eardrum to the outer ear. It is basically caused from the leftover water inside the ear after swimming. This creates an environment which facilitates a breeding ground for bacteria. Various particles…