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www.nm.org/conditions-and-care-areas/ent-ear-nose-throat/otitis-media

Otitis media, or middle ear infection, is a bacterial or viral infection in the space behind the eardrum. Learn more.

www.sutterhealth.org/services/ear-nose-throat/ear-infection

Ear infections are common in children, and most can be easily treated. However, some people suffer from chronic ear infections.

www.aurorahealthcare.org/patients-visitors/blog/4-facts-about-ear-infections-and-other-ear-issues

Jun 13, 2017 ... Tugging at ears. Hearing problems. Balance difficulties. Trouble sleeping. Fluid draining from the ears. What Happens With an Ear Infection?

www.childrens.com/specialties-services/conditions/ear-infections

What are the causes of Pediatric Ear Infections (Otitis Media)?. An ear infection usually affects the middle ear and is most often caused by bacteria. The result is a ...

www.uhhospitals.org/Healthy-at-UH/articles/2020/12/ear-ache-vs-ear-infection-whats-the-difference

Dec 16, 2020 ... An ear infection often occurs after a sore throat, cold or other upper respiratory infection, Dr. Hale says. Symptoms include hearing loss, fever and ...

www.mercy.com/health-care-services/primary-care-family-medicine/conditions/ear-infection

What is an ear infection? An ear infection is an inflammation and/or fluid buildup in the Eustachian tubes that connect your throat to your eardrums. An ear ...

www.emedicinehealth.com/wilderness_ear_infection/article_em.htm

Learn about a middle ear infection, and what to do if you are not near medical help. Infection symptoms include ear pain, hearing loss, ringing, discharge from ...

www.rush.edu/news/looking-signs-ear-infection

This fluid can then become infected with bacteria and your child will likely develop ear pain, fever and/or irritability. Your physician can tell if a middle ear infection ....

www.bpadocs.com/blog/ear-infections-adults-and-children

An ear infection is a condition that can cause pain in the ear, fever, and trouble hearing. Ear infections are common in children, but they can occur at any age.

uichildrens.org/health-library/ear-infections-children-frequently-asked-questions

This fluid can become infected with bacteria and your child will likely develop ear pain, fever, and irritability and may be tugging at his or her ears. How can you be  ...