Hello, doctor, my daughter is two years old. She has just been born. There is a pimple in her right ear. She has asked the doctor many times that it's OK. She thought it was a meat pimple and didn't manage it anymore. Recently, she suddenly broke and can squeeze out white pus. The pimple is gone. Today, there is a little thick pus and a small hole is found. In addition, there are no other symptoms. Do you need intervention?
This is related to the abnormality of congenital development. As long as there is no continuous purulent phenomenon and no inflammatory infection, it can be treated without treatment for the time being, which will not cause great harm to health. If there is continuous pus, you need to see a doctor for examination and treatment.
This symptom is to disinfect him with Iodophor or alcohol every day and apply erythromycin ointment at the same time. If there is obvious pus now and agriculture becomes more and more serious in the later stage, it needs to be treated by incision and drainage.