Un-popping ears is sometimes necessary with an increase or decrease in air pressure, resulting in a clogged Eustachian tube. Find safe ways to pop your ears and much more with information from a practicing pediatrician in this free video series on ear problems.
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Un-popping ears is sometimes necessary with an increase or decrease in air pressure, resulting in a clogged Eustachian tube. Find safe ways to pop your ears with information from a… Read More
Clearing clogged ears depends on the cause, as congestion can be treated with decongestants and allergies can be treated with antihistamines. Find the right treatment for clogged ears with information… Read More
Cleaning the middle ear is not possible at home because the middle ear is located behind the ear drum. Find out how to keep the outer ear clean with information… Read More
Inner ear infections drain on their own when the proper antibiotics are administered, but severe cases may require draining by a doctor. Find out how to drain infections with information… Read More
Liquid drains from behind the ear drum after an infection has caused the collection of fluid, but nasal steroids can help to clear the fluid more effectively. Find out how… Read More
Continuous ringing in the ears is often caused by a decrease in hearing ability from an ear infection, clogged up ear or nerve damage. Find out why ringing occurs with… Read More