Homeopathy Medicine for Mastoiditis
Mastoiditis, which used to be a major cause of infant mortality, is an inflammation of the mastoid process, a bone that is part of the temporal bone of the skull and is located behind the ear.
Acute, recurring, or chronic mastoiditis are all possible.
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CAUSES OF MASTOIDITIS
Gram-negative bacteria rarely cause Mastoiditis, which is typically brought on by a few types of gram-positive bacteria like Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococci pyrogenes, etc.
Acute otitis media, also known as middle ear infection, is the most common cause of mastoiditis because it spreads to the mastoid process’ air cells.
A Cholesteotoma, a skin tumor in the middle ear, may obstruct ear drainage, causing mastoiditis.
Mastoiditis may result from tympanic membrane perforation as well.
SYMPTOMS OF MASTOIDITIS
- behind-the-ear discomfort or pain.
- fluid and pus coming out of the ear
- the area behind the ear is red and swollen.
- If Mastoiditis is acute, there may be fever or headaches.
- Hearing loss and vertigo
DIAGNOSIS OF MASTOIDITIS
CT scan, MRI, and X-rays can be used to confirm the diagnosis and determine the severity of the disease, but a thorough history and physical examination are the best methods for making a clinical diagnosis.
COMPLICATIONS OF MASTOIDITIS
- Hearing loss
- Facial nerve palsy
- Homeopathy is strongly advised in all chronic cases of Mastoiditis. Brain abscess Homeopathic medicines help to treat the acute infection as well as the chronic and recurring infections. If the acute infection is very severe, homeopathy may not help quickly enough.
HOMEOPATHIC TREATMENT FOR MASTOIDITIS
When the ear is hot, sensitive to touch, and there may be hearing loss, this medication is very effective at reducing mastoid bone inflammation and relieving pain in the ear. It is also helpful when there are noises in the ear that may be ringing, humming, or roaring in nature.
When there are thick, profuse yellow or yellowish green discharges from the ear, as well as sharp, shooting pain and swelling behind the ear, as well as roaring or humming noises, these symptoms may indicate mastoiditis.
Given when there is thick yellow, green ear discharge that has an unpleasant smell or pus discharge, which can occasionally be stained with blood, and when there is whistling or ringing noise in the ears, this mastoiditis medication is helpful when a person experiences ear pain at night that is burning, tearing, or shooting.
Useful mastoiditis medication when ear pain, sensitivity to touch, and offensive pus discharge are present. Useful mastoiditis medication when hearing issues are present as well as complaints of roaring noises coming from the ear.