When a child suffers from glue ear ENT specialists usually recommend using grommets. These are small plastic tubes that are placed inside the ear canal; this allows air to pass in and out of the ear despite having symptoms of glue ear. The child may wear grommets even when swimming, although underwater swimming must be avoided. An ear plug may be worn to protect the grommet when swimming, showering or bathing.
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Private hospital run by Ramsay Health Care UK
Peterborough, PE3 9AQ
01733 261 717
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Private hospital run by Nuffield Health
Cambridge, CB2 8AF
Huntingdon, PE29 6NT
Private hospital run by Spire Healthcare
Cambridge, CB24 9EL