1.tinnitus.Chronic otitis mediaPatients often have tinnitus symptoms, mostly low-key intermittent, such as “squeaky”, snoring and running water. When the head moves, yawns, or blows your nose, gas may appear in your ears, and intermittent sounds may occur.
2Hearing loss. Hearing loss and self-improvement. Symptoms of chronic otitis media may temporarily improve due to effusion, and when the head is tilted forward or toward the healthy side(Hearing changes are improved)Can temporarily improve hearing. When the effusion is sticky, the hearing cannot be changed due to changes in the position of the head. Children tend to have a slow response to the voice, lack of concentration, academic achievement, and parents go to the doctor. If one ear is ill, the other ear has normal hearing and cannot be detected for a long time and is found during the physical examination.
3, ear pus. Ear pus isChronic otitis mediaThe main symptoms. The nature of the pus can be mucus, pus or pure purulent. Non-hazardous pus is thin and tasteless. Although there are not many dangerous pus, it is thicker, mostly purulent, and has an unpleasant smell.
4. Earache.Acute otitis mediaPatients have earaches, which are the most common symptoms, and the symptoms are persistent and headache-type, while the symptoms of patients with chronic otitis media are not very obvious. At the same time, the disease is often accompanied by earplugs or swells. sense. If you put your ears down, the situation will be slightly relieved.
5Systemic symptoms. forAcute otitis mediaPatients, it is necessary to go to the hospital as soon as possible, the main reason is fever, severe cases of patients also have high fever symptoms, accompanied by vomiting, abdominal pain, non-feeding and other systemic symptoms.