Fluid in the Ear
Fluid in the middle ear can be painful especially for children.
Find out how the EarPopper can help here.
Conditions such as Otitis media with Effusion (Glue Ear) is when the middle ear becomes filled with thick fluid.
This is caused by the Eustachian Tube becoming blocked meaning air cannot pass through the middle ear.
In many cases Glue Ear will clear up within 3 months but for some the condition lasts longer, risking long-term issues, particularly in children.
Symptoms of Fluid in the Ear
- Temporary hearing loss
- Hearing crackling
How the Ear Popper can help?
The EarPopper delivers a safe, gentle stream of air that helps open the Eustachian tube and drain fluid build-up in the middle ear.
The EarPopper is a clinical device, proven to help restore hearing to normal limits in people suffering from persistent Glue Ear (Otitis Media with Effusion).
Each EarPopper includes an instruction leaflet, this should be referenced before use.
Do not use the EarPopper in the presence of severe ear infection, upper respiratory infection, heavy nasal congestion or a perforated eardrum.
Consult your healthcare professional before beginning treatment.