Swimmer’s Ear (ear ache) is an infection of the ear and/or outer ear canal. It can cause the ear to itch or become red and inflamed so that head movement or touching of the ear is very painful. There may also be pus that drains from the ear

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Swimmer's Ear Symptoms

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Signs and symptoms
... Signs and symptoms of swimmer''s ear usually appear within a few days of exposure to contaminated water, and may include: Severe pain on moving your outer ear (pinna or auricle) or pushing on the litt...
Source: MayoClinic

Causes
... Causes of swimmer''s ear may include: Persistent moisture in your ear from swimming, bathing or living in a moist environment Exposure to an infectious organism from swimming in polluted water Skin br...
Source: MayoClinic

Swimmer's Ear Other

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Overview
... Water normally flows into and out of our ears without causing any problems. We can nearly always shower, bathe, swim, and walk in the rain without incident — which is remarkable, considering how...
Source: MayoClinic

   

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