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What Is an Inner ear infection?

A: Also known as labyrinthitis, an inner ear infection is a condition in which the sufferer experiences difficulties with maintaining proper balance. Labyrinthitis is one of the several forms of otitis and is sometimes called otitis interna, indicating that the condition has to do with an infection or inflammation of the inner ear. Along with balance problems, this type of infection may be accompanied by some degree of hearing loss and possibly ringing in the ears. There are several factors that can cause an inner ear infection. The most common origin has to do with the...
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My son is 11 months old and has just gotten his 3rd ear infection...?

A: Is your son still on the bottle? Sometimes when babies lay down with their bottles the milk will run into the ear and will cause an ear infection. In the least when you bathe her gently swab out her ears with a cue tip. I used to get ear infection all the time and even lost some hearing because of it. When I started this practice almost all my infections disappeared. Also I hope if you son is consuming any milk it is mother''s milk. If not I severely recommend getting off of all dairy which among many other things creates excess mucus giving the bacteria a ground to...


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What can I do about an earache/ear infection without going to the doctor?

A: it will eventually go away it self You can try natural remedies like Colloidal Silver. It is available at most health food stores. You should get the 30ppm if possible. It kills bacteria, fungus, and viruses. The other thing you may try is ear candling. Your health food store may sell a kit for that, and may be able to recommend someone that can do it for you. You should also be on some good vitamins to support your system as it fights off the infection. You can try over-the-counter decongestants like Sudafed, but if you are running a fever at all, or having any drainage from your ears, you need to see a physician to get antibiotics. There is a clear difference between an

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What Is the Best ear infection Remedy?

A: ear infections impact all types of people in all walks of life. They can occur at a young age and follow many all the way through adulthood into old age. The best ear infection remedy available comes strictly from a professional care giver or medical personnel. While many people claim that a number of alternative therapies offer relief from the effects of ear infections, it is important to understand that only a licensed physician can make a proper diagnosis in regards to the extent of the infection. ear infections, also known as otitis media, occur in the middle

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What Are the Best Tips for ear infection Pain Relief?

A: ear infections can cause overwhelming distress. Over-the-counter pain relievers, such as ibuprofen and acetaminophen, are often the most effective way to reduce any fever and relieve acute pain. Sometimes, antibiotics are prescribed to cure the infection and reduce irritation. Placing medicated drops into the affected ear, or applying a warm compress, are also frequently recommended and helpful in achieving ear infection pain relief. In many cases, using a hairdryer near the ear can offer immediate, albeit temporary, alleviation of discomfort. When an infection is...


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What`s my next move on this ear infection?

A: Look at your ear. Does that mean your doctor friend actually had the right instrument that looks in your ear? He is a GP or an ENT or pediatrician, or something similar?. When you were taking the antibiotics was it better, and then once you stopped within 72 hours it went back to bad? That means it was not the right antibiotic or not enough of the drug.. Were you taking straight amoxicillin or amoxicillin clauvanate?. Go back to the doctor and they can recheck the ear then if its still infected put you on a stronger antibiotic… they can also drain it and test it to see if it is drug resistant however that would take going to an ent but your primary care would make that call. I am sure they would try putting you on...


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How do you get rid of ear infections?

A: ear infections home cures  treatment of a ear infection depends on exactly where in the ear the infection is. There are several types of ear infections — one of the most common is a fungal infection of the outer ear, known as swimmer's ear. This is a relatively minor problem mainly involving inflammation of the skin, and can be treated easily at home by using a solution of vinegar and water. You only need to apply the solution to your ear several times a...
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Symptoms for ear infection

A: Causes Symptoms and treatment for ear infection ear infections are called Otitis Media, scientifically. These infections usually come upon a patient after the attack of a cold virus, but it is not in any way contagious. There are several symptoms that point to the presence of an ear infection. A sharp ear pain is one of the easiest ways to tell that you have an ear infection. If you do detect such an ailment, you need to make sure you do not treat by inserting anything into the ear. Go and...
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ANITBIOTICS FOR ear infection- which antibiotics are most commonly prescribed for ear infections?

A: Chloramphenicol - eardrops which contain antibiotic. (uk) Maybe if you havent been to the doctors to get the ear treated and carried on the full course of antibiotics then it may have just carried on - on and off. Neomycin/Polymyxin probably. I somehow doubt you''ve had a single ear infection for so long, unless your immune system is somehow compromised severely. However, it is possible you''ve had recurring ear infections all the time. Penicillin is the brand most doctors recommend for an ear infection. Sometimes the doctor will write out a script for ear drops as...


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Are antibiotics necessary to clear up sinus and ear infections?

A: not sure Okay, I had sinus too. What i want you to do is buy the new Oral B brush and get a sensodyn paste! You might be wondering what this has to do with mucas in your nose. Well, brush thrice a day and you will see mucas melt slowly although it contains viruses that only anti-biotics can get rid off. Brushing you teeth regularly will definatly help long term. Keep cleaning you nose with a warm wet towal too so it brings you some relief. Then later, start meditation which will surely help. I am sorry to know you have sinus it really sux but you will be fine soon. God bless you! neti pots rule....keep using it Doctors are now recommending skipping medication for ear infections. A placebo study was done and it turns out those who are...


 
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