The ear mite is a surface mite that lives on cats, dogs, rabbits, and ferrets. It is usually found in the ear canal but it can also live on the skin surface. Mites are barely visible to the naked eye. Clinical signs of infestation vary in severity and may include ear irritation, leading to scratching at the ears or head shaking, dark waxy or crusty discharge from the ear, areas of hair loss ...
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Heartburn and ear pain can both be symptoms of acid reflux. If you experience ear pain from acid reflux, it's most likely 1 of 2 extraesophageal variants of GERD: LPR or NPR. If you have a recurring earache or experience heartburn often, talk with your doctor.
There are different types of ear infections. Middle ear infection (acute otitis media) is an infection in the middle ear. Another condition that affects the middle ear is called otitis media with effusion. It occurs when fluid builds up in the middle ear without being infected and without causing fever, ear pain, or pus buildup in the middle ear.