Eliminate Ear Pain From Swimmer’s Ear

Swimmer’s ear is contracted through water activity and in some cases even bathtubs. This condition occurs when water is trapped inside the ear canal and if left untreated, the water can cause bacterial and fungal organisms to spread, creating inflammation, irritation, and/or infection. Symptoms of swimmer’s ear include: ear discomfort and pain, itchiness, redness, swelling, swollen lymph nodes, sensitivity to touch, fever and even a reduced level of hearing or even temporary hearing loss.

Swimmer’s ear accounts for over 2.4 million healthcare visits each year in the United States including areas near you such as Gulf Shores, Alabama; Orlando, Florida; Kissimmee, Florida; Kitty Hawk, North Carolina; Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; Branson, Missouri; Sevierville, Tennessee and Port Isabel, Texas.

Use Swim-EAR To Prevent Ear Pain

A fast-relief drying agent is necessary to prevent symptoms of swimmer’s ear. To immediately unclog water that blocks the ear canal, use Swim-Ear immediately following all water activity. Swim-Ear is FHA approved, making this product a safe and effective choice among parents. Simply apply 4-5 drops per ear, turning the head side to side. Users may experience a mild warming and/or tingling sensation; this is normal. Swim-EAR is a non-prescription, over the counter, medicated product, to be used as a preventative medication. Swim-EAR should not be used if any swimmer’s ear symptoms or infection are present. Do not use Swim-EAR if there is any ear pain, discharge, areas of broken skin or a perforated eardrum. Swim-EAR is available nationwide at Walgreens store, or both in store and online at Wal-Mart.

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