ouch!!! my ear!!!

@raclie (1732)
Singapore
June 23, 2008 3:10am CST
i have been having infected ears for a few days already... and it still is not going away!!! i guess it is partly my fault... i have been scratching it when i feel that it is caked with dried pus... ewww.... so anyway... can anyone help me? any comment is appriciated... thanks in advance...
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• United States
30 Aug 08
I get a really bad ear infection once in about every 2 years. Antibiotics have never gotten rid of them. I let hydrogen peroxide sit in my ear for about 15 minutes twice a day, and it is usually gone by the second day. Also taking sudephede helps with the pain.
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• United States
30 Aug 08
I forgot to add, that lot's and lot of water and hot tea help a lot, and stay away from sugar, that really can irritate it more.
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@raclie (1732)
• Singapore
2 Sep 08
ok, thanks for the useful information... trying not t scratch it... so i think it may be fine soon!!!
@agihcam (1915)
• Philippines
23 Jun 08
Try to put some oil on it or maybe ointment.I was using Triple Antibiotic ( made from USA ) as emergency kit at home and it is really helps from this kind of scratches or burns.
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@raclie (1732)
• Singapore
23 Jun 08
ok... thanks... i will ry to see if i am able to find it in singapore... maybe aloe vera? do you think it will help? do you think it will work the same?
@manunulat (605)
• Philippines
30 Aug 08
The ear's ability to produce earwax contributes to its natural defense mechanism to eliminate whatever foreign body in the ear. A generation of pus is an indication of ear infection. I'm not sure what is the extent of that itch friend but scratching can do more harm than good. The cotton buds that we used to clean the inner ear is usually a culprit rather than what we think "helpful". Have it checked for proper irrigation and medication. If your EENT will give you antibiotics, make sure that you will complete the prescribed dose and days you have to take it to avoid antibiotic resistance. The ear is a sensitive area so ask the professional how to further care.
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