What's Going Around: Swimmer's Ear
Thursday, July 17th 2014, 10:41 PM CDT
In Sapulpa at the Indian Health Center, Dr. Kathryn Zackery said she's seeing swimmers ear. That happens when water gets in the ear and causes a bacterial or fungal infection.
Some of the symptoms include: ear pain, swelling, tenderness and fever.
To clear up, what can be a painful condition, you may need to see the doctor to get on antibiotic eardrops. You can use earplugs to make sure no water gets in your ears.