Oily ears have little to do with otitis media. The main thing is to pay attention to the cleanliness of the ears and avoid getting water. “Greasy ears” generally do not require treatment and can be cleaned regularly.But don’t dig out your baby’s ears. It is recommended that mothers use professional products for cleaning baby’s ears.
Oily ear means that the cerumen secreted by the external auditory canal is wet, and the wet cerumen is not easy to be discharged. It accumulates in the external auditory canal for a long time and may block the external auditory canal. You can go to the hospital to clean it regularly.Otitis media is generally caused by upper respiratory tract infection. Catarrhea otitis media can cause ear stuffiness, sometimes accompanied by hearing loss.Acute suppurative otitis media can cause tympanic membrane congestion and pain, and in severe cases, it can also cause tympanic membrane perforation.
Common causes of otitis media:
4. Due to certain physiological characteristics of the baby, when the breastfeeding status is inaccurate, such as breastfeeding horizontally or supine sucking a bottle, the milk easily enters the middle ear through the Eustachian tube and can also cause infection.