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Hello, folks. My friend has been having some troubles with chronic otitis. I know that this somehow affected his ear drum, but I am not sure how. I was hoping someone else could tell me something more about this. I would appreciate all the information you could tell me about this. Thanks.

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Hello. In chronic otitis media, a watery fluid is accumulated in the middle ear. Since it stays there for a long time, it can pressure eardrum. In time, it can erode or scar eardrum. In some cases, it can perforate. If there was pain before the rupture, in the moment of the perforation, a person feels relief. A person does not feel pressure any more. However, one must ask for a doctor’s help. I hope your friend will be all right. Good luck to him.
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