Tips for Swimmers and Non-Swimmers to Avoid Swimmers Ear

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Tips for Swimmers and Non-Swimmers to Avoid Swimmers Ear

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  2. 2. Tips for Swimmersand Non-Swimmersto Avoid Swimmer’s EarCall Today Visit Our Website (505) 629-0612 www.Ear-Nose-Throat-Santa-Fe-NM.com
  3. 3. Swimmer’s ear, or otitis media, is an infection of your outer ear and leads to 2.4 millionCall Today Visit Our Website physician visits per (505) 629-0612 www.Ear-Nose-Throat-Santa-Fe-NM.com
  4. 4. You may be able toavoid the condition byfollowing these tips.Call Today Visit Our Website (505) 629-0612 www.Ear-Nose-Throat-Santa-Fe-NM.com
  5. 5. Wear protective gear, such as bathing caps and earplugs, while swimming.Call Today Visit Our Website (505) 629-0612 www.Ear-Nose-Throat-Santa-Fe-NM.com
  6. 6. Dry your ears offwith a towel as soonas possible after you leave the water.Call Today Visit Our Website (505) 629-0612 www.Ear-Nose-Throat-Santa-Fe-NM.com
  7. 7. Do not put objects in your ears. This includes Q-tips!Call Today Visit Our Website (505) 629-0612 www.Ear-Nose-Throat-Santa-Fe-NM.com
  8. 8. Stay clean. Proper hygiene keeps bacteria away.Call Today Visit Our Website (505) 629-0612 www.Ear-Nose-Throat-Santa-Fe-NM.com
  9. 9. If you suspect that you may have swimmer’s ear, consult anear, nose and throatCall Today Visit Our Website (505) 629-0612 www.Ear-Nose-Throat-Santa-Fe-NM.com
  10. 10. Call Today Serving thehealth needs of (505) 629-0612 Santa Fe & thecommunities of northern New Visit Our Website Mexico since www.Ear-Nose-Throat-Santa-Fe- 1986 NM.com

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