Swimming Ear: Baby Ear Infection

Swimmers ear is often caused by swimming and is classified as an outer ear canal infection. This is a very common baby ear infection, which is seen often during the summer months, because children tend to stay in pools and beach water more during this season than any other.

Otitis Externa is very painful and it has been estimated that nearly 2.4 million visits will be made to physician’s offices, emergency rooms, and minute clinics around the United States (CDC).

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