WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF SWIMMER’S EAR?
Swimmer’s Ear can have mild, moderate and advanced symptoms:
- Mild symptoms can include itching and slight redness in your ear, mild discomfort and slight fluid drainage;
- Moderate symptoms can include intensifying itching, redness and fluid drainage, pain, swelling of your ear canal and decreased hearing;
- Advanced symptoms can include severe pain, blocking of your ear canal, swelling of your outer ear and fever.
EarPro recommends contacting a doctor for advice when you notice even mild symptoms of Swimmer’s Ear. If you suffer from severe pain or fever, you should see a doctor immediately or visit the emergency room.