ear ache


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ear ache

n dolor m de oído
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All patients over five years of age, both male and female, and presenting with ear ache were selected.
And by the time, six weeks later, she came down with a fever and flu-like symptoms, a swollen throat, ear ache and heavy legs, Joanne didn't imagine it was anything to do with the insect THAT had bitten her in her garden.
Ear ache can be cause by many factors such as infection (otitis media), swimmer's ear (infection of the skin in the ear canal), pressure from a cold or sinus infection, teeth pain radiating up the jaw to the ear.
Some examples might include sore throat, ear ache, flu-like symptoms, or sprains/strains.
Sixteen per cent of parents interviewed felt that doctors prescribe antibiotics whenever their child has fever whereas 60 per cent felt that antibiotics were prescribed for conditions other than fever, cough cold and ear ache. A majority did not notice any side effects in their child from antibiotics in last 12 months.
"Just a few days ago, a young patient came to see me with a severe ear ache," recalled the doctor.
The main symptoms of impacted cerumen (wax) are ear blockage, ear ache and decreased hearing.
The reported uses are for the following: painful menstruation, late menstruation, difficulty in urination, diarrhea, dysentery, cholera, stomach ache, gas pain, colis, indigestion, ulcer, cough, dizziness, insomnia, numbness, headache, stiff neck, sprain, muscular pain, paralysis, pasma, fever, influenza, typhoid fever, malaria, scabies, intestinal worms, beri-beri, swelling, skin diseases, blackheads, ear ache and infection, wounds, snake bites, dandruff and baldness, hypertension and relapse after child delivery.
There was a significant difference (p=0.026) in the occurrence of symptoms in the subgroups of those exposed to weight of explosives (8(38.1%) 80 kg of explosives); and distance from the site of explosion (14(43.8%) 10 m) (p<0.01), except for relation of distance to vertigo, tinnitus and ear ache (p=0.597, 0.275 and 0.105, respectively).
Conditions treated by O-T-Cs include headache; ear ache; cavities; cough; heartburn; back, hip and knee pain; constipation; and athlete's foot.
Out of 50 patients in our study who presented with ear complaints, all 50 patients (100%) had ear discharge as their main complaint, 24 (48%) presented with hearing loss, 18 (36%) presented with ear ache, 2 (4%) patients presented with swelling and pain behind ear, 2 (4%) patients presented with discharge behind ear, 3 (6%) patients presented with fever and 2 (4%) patients presented with tinnitus.
Officials estimate up to 18% of GP work and 8% of A&E consultations in Wales deal with coughs, colds, ear ache, hay fever and head lice.