Ear infections are commonly treated with antibiotics to eliminate the bacteria within the ears, explains Mayo Clinic. Treatment for pain includes over-the-counter pain medication such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen, warm ... More »

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The best ear infection treatment for a dog is to take him or her to the veterinarian. The veterinarian is able to run tests to determine what type of ear infection the dog has and can then recommend an appropriate treatm... More »

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Easy treatments for an adult ear infection include using a warm compress on the affected ear, getting nonprescription ear drops and taking pain medications, notes MedlinePlus. These treatment options can relieve the symp... More »

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In many cases, fluid buildup in the ears that's associated with middle ear infections may not require treatment, as most infections resolve on their own, notes Mayo Clinic. An ear infection should be monitored while wait... More »

Ear fullness, or a feeling that the ears are stopped up, can result from fluid accumulation due to an infection, ear wax build up, an allergic reaction, a tumor and changes in air pressure, according to HealthGrades. Som... More »

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Most ear infections resolve naturally without treatment; however, when symptoms or pain persist, adults may be treated with antibiotics, according to the Mayo Clinic. Pain from ear infections is usually managed with over... More »

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Ear infections are common in infants and children, and occur less frequently in adults, according to MedlinePlus. Males, individuals who live in households with smoking, and individuals with poor immune systems are more ... More »

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