Three days ago, someone perforated the eardrum in my left ear, and now I have tinnitus in my left ear, and the sound I hear in my left ear is very small, I am only taking amoxicillin capsules and no other medication.
From this description, if the tympanic membrane perforation is diagnosed as a traumatic tympanic membrane perforation, a small perforation can recover on its own by preventing infection.The symptoms of tympanic membrane perforation and tinnitus are normal and can be relieved naturally as the disease recovers.Generally speaking, you can review the otoscope in about three weeks to evaluate the perforation, and the perforation can usually be recovered.
If the tympanic membrane perforation is small, it can be repaired and healed by itself; if the perforation is large and cannot be repaired by itself, surgery is needed to repair the tympanic membrane.Review regularly and observe the changes.
The treatment of this condition depends on the size of the eardrum perforation. If the perforation is small, most of them can heal on their own and no special intervention is needed.However, if the perforation is large, the patient must actively cooperate with the surgeon to undergo surgery in order to cure it effectively.We hope we can help you.