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Perforated Eardrum (cont.)

Perforated Eardrum Symptoms

Pain is the most common symptom of a perforated eardrum. It can range from general discomfort to immediate or intense pain, or the patient may just feel as if there is something not right with the ear.

Other common symptoms of perforated eardrum include:

  • Vertigo (spinning sensation)
  • Hearing change or loss
    • Often with ringing, buzzing, or clicking
    • Fluid or blood draining from the ear
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 5/30/2014

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