What is an Ear Infection?

An Ear Infection occurs in the small space behind the eardrum, in the middle ear, which is connected to the back of the throat.

The middle ear space sometimes becomes filled with mucus and fluid and this damp environment is a breeding ground for germs and bacteria.

Ear Infections can often occur during a cold. They can sometimes also be prompted as a result of prolonged rhinitis i.e. inflammation of the mucus membrane inside the nose as children lack the ability to blow out and release the mucus.

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