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Inflammation of the ear often consecutive to a rhinopharyngitis. Nasal fossae and ears are connected by a duct, the Eustachian tube. It is enough that it ignites during a nasopharyngitis to cause the spread of the virus to the ear.
Your child may have a viral or bacterial ear infection. In this case, an abscess forms behind the eardrum and can even cause it to rupture.
Analgesics are necessary for pain and fever. For viral otitis, use ear drops, containing anesthetic and antiseptic, for bacterial otitis, antibiotics in the form of syrup.