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Ruptured Eardrum
3 days ago I got heavy slap on my left ear and cheek by some one due to family violation, for this time being I felt heavy pain. After sometime I also felt vertigo and vomiting tendency and these symptoms has gone after 2 days. Now I am feeling ringing in my left ear continuesly. I also attached my ear image..
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take some anti inflammatory
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keep ear dry..
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observe for 3 weeks
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No worries Don’t get panic Your ear drum seems to be ruptured , it is called as TRAUMATIC CP it will heal naturally within 3-4 weeks . No need to take any medicines If u have pain take pain killers. If u have cold take anti histamines
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Avoid ear drops / ear buds /oil instillation in ears Keep the ear dry Avoid head bath Avoid cold foods
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For now what you can do is avoid water from entering your ear. Keep it dry. Was there any bleeding from ear? If so u may have to take medicines.
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