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    1. You do not have a bacterial infection
    2. You weren’t given the proper antibiotic
    3. You don’t have an infection
    4. You have some post infection retraction of your ear drum

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    Antibiotics are for bacterial infections, and work if that is the problem and the bacteria are sensitive to the particular antibiotic used.

    You may have not had a bacterial infection, if you did the antibiotic did not take care of the problem, or there is some healing time still to go.

    Check with your doctor.

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    Because it is not a painkiller nor its an anti inflammatory medication.

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    An Ear or a tooth infection!? Tooth pain can feel like an ear pain! Go to the Doctor/Dentist!

    Antibiotics kill good bacteria also! So take Probiotics, drink Kefir, eat probiotic yoghurt! Probiotics are better!

    You may need a longer course of antibiotics or a new antibiotic!

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    this is because the nerves carry the pain above threshold level and as a result the antibiotic fails to cure the pain

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    Apparently you have an inner ear infection . These infections are stubborn and sometimes resistant to the initial antibiotics that are given. Also, it’s also possible that the initial antibiotic was effective but have not been given enough time to eradicate the infection. In both instances, you are left with an inner ear infection that can be very painful. What you can do now is get yourself back to the doctors and apply warm compresses to the area and take Motrin for the pain. Also, a decongestant like sudafed will give some relief.

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    The most logical answer to your question is that you may still have the infection present in your ear such that what you have been taking vs the bacteria that is causing your infection is resistant to the particular antibiotic your receiving. You need to report this to the provider who prescribed you the antibiotics because they will most likely give you something else to fight the infection. One thing you need to be aware of is not to compromise anything regarding the ear especially when infection is present due to a potential for further complications leading to hearing loss. In this day and age with all the resistant bacteria present from over prescribing antibiotics it is more difficult treating infections today than as recent as 5 years ago years ago. Also demographics has a relationship to resistance. Therefore the bottom line is call the doctor and get re-evaluated before messing around with your ear with questionable advice from this forum. Good luck.

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    Proper treatment for your ear infection should eliminate any complications. If you let an ear infection go too long without treatment, you risk permanent hearing loss and possibly having the infection spread to other parts of your head. The pneumococcus bacteria is now the most difficult to treat. Some strains have become very resistant to antibiotics by using their unique ability to transform their genes and cell wall into a bacterial form, which is resistant to most of the antibiotics that commonly are used to treat ear infections.

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    Because you didn’t have a problem that was treatable with antibiotics in the 1st place. Most ear aches are not treatable with antibiotics. But it’s a lot easier to just prescribe one then to explain this to a skeptical patient.

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    Greetings,

    If you are healthy enough you can do a 3 day fast; using juice, just fresh fruit, or water, based upon your health and take extra rest. That will likely reset your system and some probiotics daily 1–3x per day to offset the gut killers you just took (antibiotics).

    You can also take some OIL OF OREGANO and rub it on the outside of the ear and lay down with a warm compress (just a warmed towel) on the ear. It is strong so you can also dilute it a bit with some coconut oil and just rub the outside of the ear; next time, you can likely skip the harmful antibiotics.

    In love and kindness~

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    First of all, do not stick anything in your ear smaller than your elbow. This might sound funny, but you should never stick anything in your ear. NOTHING! No Q-tips. No paper clips. No finger. No anything! Now that we’ve got that point hammered home, you need to schedule a visit with your Primary Care Physician to let him assess your ear. He’ll probably prescribe an antibiotic which you will be squirt in your ear. After a couple of days, your pain will subside, but continue the antibiotic until it’s gone. Hopefully that’s the case, but they can take care of whatever your ear problem is.

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