Glue ear is one of the most common childhood and can be lined to ear infections. It is usually temporary, resolving spontaneously in most cases. However it can be persistent in 20% of cases causing a mild to moderate conductive hearing loss. Some conditions contribute to an incident of glue ear: colds, flu, allergen passive smoking. cleft palate or genetic conditions linked with Down Syndrome have higher incidence of glue ear.
The main symptom associated with glue ear is dulled hearing, which ranges from a slight muffle to moderately bad deafness in both ears to deafness in extreme cases. Below is a list of possible symptoms evident in glue ear children:
Hearing solutions treatment for glue ear: