Ear infection occurs when a bacterial or viral infection affects the middle ear — the sections of your ear just behind the eardrum. Ear infections can be painful because of inflammation and fluid build-up in the middle ear. Ear infections can be chronic or acute which causes of ear blockage, allergies, colds, sinus infections, excess mucus, smoking, infected or swollen adenoids (tissue near your tonsils that trap harmful bacteria and viruses) and changes in air pressure.
The common causes are varying, some can cause by swimming, altitude changes, climate changes, exposure to cigarette smoke, pacifier use, as well as common cold side effect.
A few of the common symptoms of ear infections include mild pain or discomfort inside the ear a feeling of pressure inside the ear that persists fussiness in young infants, pus-like ear drainage, hearing loss.
Urgent care is needed. Please feel free to contact Doctor Karon Clinic as fast as possible, because these symptoms quite severe. You will need to see a doctor to check up and get antibiotic medicines.