Mastoiditis in toddlers

Ruptured ear drums can cause severe pain initially, however, the pain may quickly subside after the rupture. The most common cause of a ruptured ear drum is barotrauma due to auditory tube dysfunction and atmospheric pressure changes. However, a ruptured ear drum can also be caused by extremely loud noises or trauma when foreign objects such as bobby pins or Q-tips are inserted into the ear. Besides pain that may last only a short period of time, other symptoms of a ruptured eardrum include sudden hearing loss , dizziness, and drainage from the ear which may be bloody.

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Mastoiditis in toddlers

mastoiditis in toddlers

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