Water In The Ear Hurts
Swimmer’s ear is a painful medical condition is contracted mainly from submerging in water in swimming pools, lakes and oceans and in some cases hot tubs or while bathing. Children are at higher risk for swimmer’s ear; however, teenagers and adults can also be susceptible. Those suffering from swimmer’s ear often experience discomfort and pain from water in their ears; causing sensations as if ear canal is blocked, redness, swelling, and itchiness around the ear. Other symptoms include heightened sensitivity to the touch or shaking of the head, pain that intensifies when the ear is tugged, or while chewing, and even fever. In some more threatening conditions, a reduced level of hearing or even temporary hearing loss may occur.
Swim-EAR Acts Fast To Unclog Water In Ears
Swim-EAR is used as a preventative to dislodge water trapped inside the ear canal. If left untreated, bacterial and fungal organisms can spread, causing inflammation, irritation, and/or infection. Swim-Ear is safe, effective and FDA approved. A fast-relief, drying agent, Swim-EAR works quickly after 4-5 drops are applied in each ear. For maximum effectiveness, experts suggest using Swim-EAR following swimming or bathing. It is highly advised to not use Swim-EAR if your child experiences swimmer’s ear symptoms, has swimmer’s ear infection, if there is any ear discharge, areas with broken skin, or a perforated eardrum. Consult a doctor in all these cases.
Non-prescription Swim-EAR is available over the counter, nationwide at Walgreens and Wal-Mart 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.
Today, even apparently clear pool or sea water contains pollutants and harmful bacteria.