Ear Infection Treatments Directory
Ear infection treatment mainly seeks to relieve symptoms such as pain and fever. If the ear infection is viral, the only thing doctors can usually do is help to alleviate symptoms. Antibiotics are used if the infection is bacterial. Ear tubes are sometimes used for severe or recurrent ear infections. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how ear infections are treated, the goals of treatment, and much more.
Ear Infections: Diagnosis and Treatment
You or your child may have an earache along with a sore throat, stuffy nose, or fever --– signs of a possible infection. Learn more about how doctors diagnose and treat these cases.
The Basics of Ear Infections
WebMD explains the causes of ear infections.
What Are the Treatments for Swimmer's Ear?
Find out how eardrops and antibiotics can help you get rid of a painful ear infection called swimmer's ear.
Why Is My Ear Bleeding?
If your ear is bleeding, it could be caused by anything from something stuck inside to a torn eardrum. Find out the common causes, how you can treat it, and when to call the doctor.