Stop Swimmer’s Ear Symptoms

It is important to understand swimmer’s ear symptoms in order to protect children against this painful medical condition. Common symptoms of swimmer’s ear include pain, a sensation that the ear is stuffed or blocked, fluid or pus draining from the ear, ear discomfort, itchiness, redness, swelling, swollen lymph nodes around the ear, a sensitivity to touch or shaking of the head, pain to touch or pain while chewing, fever. Additional symptoms of swimmer’s ear can include a reduced level of hearing or even temporary hearing loss.

Swimmer’s ear results from water stuck inside the ear canal, which causes bacterial and fungal organisms to spread, thereby resulting in ear inflammation, irritation, and/or infection. Swimmer’s ear is mainly contracted from frequent water activity in swimming pools, lakes, oceans and even bathtubs. Children are at high risk of s contracting swimmer’s ear, however teenagers and adults are potentially susceptible to this condition.

Banish Swimmer’s Ear Symptoms with Swim-EAR

Swim-Ear is an FDA approved product that is safe and effective choice eardrop for immediate relief of symptoms. Swim-EAR is available non-prescription and over the counter. A fast-relief, drying agent, Swim-Ear works best when 4-5 drops of product are applied per ear, immediately following swimming or bathing. Swim-EAR quickly begins to penetrate and unclog blocked water in the ear canal. Swim-EAR is to be used as a preventative medication. Swim-EAR is not recommended for those experiencing swimmer’s ear symptoms, have infection, ear discharge, pain, or have a perforated eardrum; consult a doctor in all these cases.

Purchase Swim-EAR today at Walgreens or both in store and online at Wal-Mart nationwide in areas near you including Orange Beach, Alabama; Panama City Beach, Florida; Santa Rosa Beach, Florida; Kitty Hawk, North Carolina; Surfside Beach, South Carolina; Sevierville, Tennessee and Galveston, Texas.

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