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Swimmer’s Ear – Symptoms

April 28, 2021
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Each person's symptoms may vary. The following are the most common symptoms of swimmer's ear: redness of the outer ear and itch in the ear, pain - often when touching or wiggling your ear lobe, pus draining from the year - this may be yellow or green and it may have a foul odor, swollen glands in your neck, a swollen ear canal, muffled hearing or hearing loss, a full plugged-up feeling in the ear, or fever.

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