POLYPS IN THE EAR
An aural polyp is a growth in the outside (external) ear canal or middle ear. It may be attached to the eardrum (tympanic membrane), or it may grow from the middle ear space.
- Aural polyps may be caused by:
- Foreign object
- Bloody drainage from the earis the most common symptom.
- Hearing loss can also occur.
- Something stuck feeling in the ears
DIAGNOSIS: EAR EXAMINATION VIA OTOSCOPE
Few homoeopathic remedies are as followed:
Calcarb - Throbbing; cracking in ears; stitches; pulsating pain as if something would press out. Deafness from working in water. Polypi which bleed easily. Scrofulous inflammation with muco-purulent otorrhśa, and enlarged glands.
Thuja- discharge purulent. Creaking when swallowing. Polypi.
Merc - Thick, yellow discharge; fetid and bloody. Otalgia, worse warmth of bed; at night sticking pains. Boils in external canal
Phosphorus - Hearing difficult, especially to human voice. Re-echoing of sounds
Lycopodium - Humming and roaring with hardness of hearing; every noise causes peculiar echo in ear.