Why Do My Ears Itch?


Itching ears could be an indication of many different infections or complications. For example, if you have a constant itching and tickling in an ear, it may be an indication of a fungal infection, especially if they result in inner sores. Itching ears could also be a symptom of “swimmers ears” though it’s recommended that one sees a doctor for inspection.
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There are several reasons why your ears may be itching. Ears can itch due to an ear infection, insect bites, moisture in the ear and allergies.
There are many different reasons that your ears may itch. Allergies are a huge reason. You could also have wax build up. Try taking an antihistamine, if appropriate.
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