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    Middle ear infections
    thugbabe posted:
    When I was a child I had a lot of ear infection so I have had tubs put in my ear two time. And now I am am 23 years old and it seems like I get one ever year. I have been to the doctor in September and it was a five day treatment,October 2, and it was a 10 days that i was on this medication. Now as of to day my ears are starting back to hurting. So what do you thank I should do? And what keep causeing this?
    Rod Moser, PA, PhD responded:
    It is time for you to see an ENT again. Unfortunately, I do not know anything about you, your medical history, or have any way of examining you, in order to determine a reasons for your ear infections. There are many reasons....

    Do you smoke? Do you have allergies? Are you having any hearing loss?

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