There is dead skin in the ear, which is similar to dandruff. The left ear is a little itchy and the right ear is not itchy. What medicine should you touch
Hello, the itchy dead skin in the ear is mostly caused by eczema, fungal infection or otitis media in the external auditory canal. In this case, we need to go to the otolaryngology department of the hospital for detailed examination in time, take the dandruff in the ear for secretion detection, clarify the cause and treat the symptoms. At the same time, keep the ear canal clean and avoid water entering the ear.
According to the symptoms you described, the patient has dead skin in the ear, similar to dandruff, accompanied by ear itching. It is generally considered to be the symptoms of ear canal eczema or external auditory canal inflammation. Catching a cold and often picking your ears can easily cause external auditory canal inflammation and eczema.
If it is eczema of external auditory canal, it can be treated with salicylic acid ear drops.
There is an increase in itchy skin like secretion of the external auditory canal. Considering that the possibility of external auditory canal inflammation is relatively large, it is recommended to apply alonson ointment locally and gently open it like cosmetics. Usually taboo scratching to stimulate the external auditory canal. Keep the external auditory canal clean and dry
According to your condition description, eczema of external auditory canal or chronic external auditory canal inflammation, especially mycotic external auditory canal inflammation, are common in clinic. In this case, it is best to clean and flush the ear canal thoroughly first, and then apply drugs locally, such as triamcinolone acetonide and Econazole acetate cream.