Swimmer's ear is an ear infection localized in your outer ear canal, and is one of the most common problems among swimmers (hence the name!). But how can you tell if your ear infection or ear ache is actually swimmer's ear and not some other problem? In this article, we'll look at how to diagnose the problem and what to do for swimmers ear.
19 Home Remedies You Won't Believe Actually Work: Have an ear ache? Add a teaspoon of hydrogen peroxide to ear canal. Drain after the bubbling stops. Because many infections begin in the ear canal, this can prevent colds from worsening or all together!