Arlington Pediatric Ear Doctor
Ear pain is very common in children. If you’re child is experiencing pain in or around the ear, there are several things that may be causing it. The more common symptoms are: an ache or pain in or around the ear, drainage from ear, decreased hearing, swollen lymph nodes, nausia, or other signs of discomfort. Below is a list of the most common ear conditions that we see.
- Swimmers ear
- Ear infection
- Earwax buildup
- Ear canal abbscess
- Airplane ear
Depending on what your child is suffering from, home remedies can help with temporary relief. Common home remedies and over-the-counter treatments are: cold or warm compression, olive oils, tea tree oils, neck exercises, and hydrogen peroxide. The ear, however, should be very carefully treated and if pain does not subside, a professional should be seen immediately.
If your child is experiencing persistent ear pains, contact our Arlington Pediatric specialists today to schedule an appointment.
A child’s throat is very sensitive, as it can be irritated for various reasons. Commonly, irritation is caused by mucus drainage from the nasal passages, sinus irritation, strep throat or other infection, and more. If your child is experiencing throat pain, contact our Pediatric specialists for an appointment today.
The ear is a very common area for earaches and infection. If your child is experience pain in his or her ear, there could be several reasons why, including: ear infection, swimmers ear, earwax, ear canal abscess, and more. Contact our throat specialists today to schedule an appoint for your child.