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Ear is black
I started scraching my ear which made it turn black and also some scaly thing and place is wet I have attached pictures pls tell me what to do .
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May be due to the mixed I fection share clear picture
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Your left ear seems to be normal. But right ear is not clear. It looks like some infection in right ear, but that is not clear. Please review with a better image You may need certain medication based on your symptoms. Avoid further use of ear buds and frequent use of handling of ear with different agents.
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It can be due to infection on repeating scratching. Medications are available. Tap consult now to start consultation so that proper medications can be given
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May be a case of otitis externa
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Medication under prescription is advisable
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