Ear Pain Treatment for Swimmer’s Ear

Ear pain is a common symptom of Swimmer’s Ear, and it is important the use caution when children swim in pools, lakes and oceans. Swimmer’s ear occurs when water become trapped inside the ear canal, causing harmful bacterial and fungal organisms to grow and spread, resulting in symptoms such as inflammation, irritation, and/or infection. Swimmer’s ear is predominately experienced by children swimmers ages 4-12; however, teenagers and adults can contract this condition.

Swimmer’s Ear can cause ear pain and discomfort, and commonly a sensation that the ear is stuffed or blocked, ear discharge, itchiness, redness, swelling, and in more severe cases heightened sensitivity, fever, and may even cause a reduced level of hearing or even temporary hearing loss. There are many swimmer’s ear treatment option on the market including topical treatments, acidifying drugs, antiseptic drugs, anti-inflammatory drugs and anti-biotics; however, using antiseptic and antibiotic eardrops are the most effective and preferred treatment method.

Treat Water In The Ear with Swim-EAR

Swim-Ear is an FDA approved product, making it a safe and effective choice that is available without a prescription and over the counter. Directly following water activity, apply Swim-EAR for fast-relief to unclog water that is blocked in the ear canal. Swim-EAR is to be used as a preventative medication; if you experience swimmer’s ear symptoms such as pain, or have swimmer’s ear infection or ear discharge, or if you have a perforated eardrum and/or broken skin; do not use Swim-EAR; instead consult your doctor.

Swim-Ear is available nationwide and near you at Walgreens, and both in store and online at Wal-Mart including Orange Beach, Alabama; Panama City Beach, Florida; Kissimmee, Florida; Kitty Hawk, North Carolina; Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; Branson, Missouri; Sevierville, Tennessee and Port Isabel, Texas.

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Today, even apparently clear pool or sea water contains pollutants and harmful bacteria.