Inner Ear Infection
Otitis Media is an infection of the inner ear. These infections can occur as a result of a cold, and happen more often in children than in adults. When fluid backs up in the middle ear, bacteria can grow, thus causing infection.
- Ear pain
- Ear discharge
- Decreased, muffled, or temporary loss of hearing
Treatment for an ear infection typically includes oral antibiotics. Symptoms usually start to improve within 1-2 days. If you are experiencing the symptoms of an ear infection, please visit your local Phoenix Urgent Care Urgent Care. Walk-Ins are welcome.
Urgent Care When You Need It:
- Walk-in friendly
- Open 7-days a week 8am-8pm
- In-network for most Arizona insurers
- Open extended hours
- Has X-Ray and Lab onsite
- Staffed by Doctors, Physician Assistants, and Nurse Practitioners.