Swimmer’s Ear is common in the summer months, when pools and other swim sites attract swimmers of all ages. When water in the ear doesn’t dry, it can cause inflammation and infection that results in itching, pain and even discharge. William Johnson, MD, an ear, nose and throat physician with ProMedica Physicians, says keeping the ears dry is important.
Learn more about this fairly common condition in the video below.
Need to keep your ears dry? Don’t reach for cotton swabs. Here’s why.