Treatment for Ear Pain
- Sharp or dull, throbbing pain or itching in the ear
- Fluid or pus leaking from the ear
- Ringing or buzzing in the ear or complete hearing loss
Who is at risk?
Emergency Warning Signs: When should I see a doctor?
Persistent ear pain should be seen by your primary care doctor or an Well-Key Urgent Care physician if your doctor is not accessible. Only a physician has the knowledge and instruments needed to properly diagnose and treat the problem.
Treatment is available now at Well-Key Urgent Care.
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