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How Do I Choose the Best Inner ear infection treatment?

A: An inner ear infection, such as labyrinthitis, which occurs when the labyrinth becomes irritated, can sometimes follow an infection of the middle ear or a respiratory infection. In most cases, antibiotics are not an effective inner ear infection treatment because the infection is usually caused by a virus. Typically, inner ear infection treatment involves treating the symptoms of the infection rather than the cause itself. If you have an inner

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What Are the Different Kinds of ear infection treatment?

A: The most common types of ear infection treatment are antibiotics and pain relieving medications such as medicated ear drops and acetaminophen. Sometimes ear tubes may have to be inserted for frequent or ongoing infections in order to drain fluid away from the eardrum. Occasionally, adenoids or the tonsils may have to the removed for the same reason. Additional methods may be used to reduce pain, such as applying a hot pad or towel to the ear and getting plenty of rest. ear infections are caused by bacteria in the inner or middle

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What Are Some Common ear infection treatments?

A: You can get some ear drops in the pharmacy that help. Also taking aspirin or paracetamol helps against infections in general. When going out, cover the ear to protect it against wind and dirt. If nothing helps, go to the doctor. Have you been to the dr? Tell them its not going away. Maybe its wax buildup that needs to be cleaned out. I had that once and felt just like an ear infection. To treat them you need antibiotics. To help with the pain I''ve used an oil you heat up. ear infections normally go away on their on in 5 to 7 days. If this doesn''t occur, then your doctor will typically prescribe an antibiotic to get...


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What Are Some Common ear infection treatments?

A: You can get some ear drops in the pharmacy that help. Also taking aspirin or paracetamol helps against infections in general. When going out, cover the ear to protect it against wind and dirt. If nothing helps, go to the doctor. Have you been to the dr? Tell them its not going away. Maybe its wax buildup that needs to be cleaned out. I had that once and felt just like an ear infection. To treat them you need antibiotics. To help with the pain I''ve used an oil you heat up. ear infections normally go away on their on in 5 to 7 days. If this doesn''t occur, then your doctor will typically prescribe an antibiotic to get...


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ear infections treatments

A: You need to consult an ENT specialist to see how severe the infection is and what kind of medication you would require. You might need to take a course of antibiotics depending on your condition. If you need to numb the pain for some time before you meet your specialist you can pop in a pill of ibuprofen, it is safe and effective. You can try using a warm compress to get some relief. I have heard my grand mom telling my mom to put a few drops of warm olive or garlic oil. These home remedies will definitely not cause any side effects....


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What Are The Adult ear infection treatments?

A: Whether bacterial or viral, adult ear infection possibly will be treated and in the least buildup removed. By means of bacterial infections, antibiotics are necessary and essential for the adults. Luckily, bacterial infections can be very easy and simple to treat. This treatment is not considered as too much pain and trouble. Viral infections are supplementary complicated to take care of and possibly will require a myringotomy, which is an insignificant surgery in which a minute plastic tube is inserted into the eardrum. This piece of operation is considered as a give vent to alleviate the heaviness of the increase or...
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Crazy ear infection treatments that just might work?

A: Talk with a dietician (RD) about how to eliminate the foods while still maintaining a balanced diet. I would wait for the other opinions before I try a diet that has not been proven to treat the condition. (Did you get a second opinion before the surgery?)...


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what is the cause/natural remedy for an ear infection on a 9 month old? she''s had 3 in the last 5 months and every time she gets a yeast infection from them,we give her acidophilus for the course of antibiotics, but they keep coming back. help!!!!!!!!

A: ear infection treatment The Eustachian tubes in children are more likely to get blocked and thus create a favourable environment for bacteria. Recurrent ear infections are therefore common among infants, and are not necessarily a cause for worry. However, if your daughter continues to develop infections as regularly as thrice in five months, you should visit a ear specialist and find out whether there is some underlying problem. The yeast infection is a common side effect of the antibiotics. When antibiotics are used to fight a bacterial infection, they often end up...
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how can I clear up an adult ear infection?

A: In case of ear infections in adults, the best natural ear infection treatment is garlic. Slice a small clove of garlic and wrap it in some tissue. Insert this tissue wrapped garlic partially into your ear canal. The pain usually disappears in about 15 minutes. You can also use garlic oil instead of raw garlic. Another effective ear infection natural treatment is onion. To use onion, you have to follow the same steps as you did with garlic.     Another effective remedy for ear pain is the application of hot...


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my baby (5 months old)has an ear infection and now his body cold and clammy

A: Baby ear infections are quite common among children below two years of age. The types of infections that can affect them are outer and middle ear infections. The medical term for an ear infection is otitis media, which, in Latin, literally means inflammation of the middle ear. It is imperative to look for symptoms of ear infection in infants as they are not able to express pain verbally. treatment is necessary to prevent further complications. What causes ear

 
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