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    JohnCareey posted:
    It can be avoided with the help of some precautions. There are ways for you to avoid this kind of ear condition. First, you must avoid partaking in activities where your ear is susceptible to high-impact blows. Don't participate in boxing, rugby, wrestling, mixed martial arts, and other sports that can cause this disease
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    Rod Moser, PA, PhD responded:
    Thanks, John...that is very helpful information. Prevention is easier (and cheaper) than treatment, I can assure you.


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