One in three children suffers from this ear inflammation, which most often appears after a sore throat or a cold. In children, especially in the smaller, the tube that connects the throat to the ears is very short and narrow and therefore more easily blocked.
The stagnating mucus causing inflammation and may open the way for the bacteria. These germs infect the mucus into veritable pus that causes acute pain. With younger children who can not yet explain their discount, will be a sudden cry to warn. To be sure it’s just enough of otitis try pressing the small ledge hairline ear, if there is inflammation, the child cry for pain. (more…)