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    ear infection that will not go away
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    An_250112 posted:
    for three weeks now I have had a very painful ear. i went to the doctor and they prescribed me amox and after they were finished it went right but after about a day it came back again. i then went to the doctor again and they prescribed me ear drops and again it came right but now it has come back once again!!!!! it is driving me crazy i am going to the doctors in 2 days but have almost lost trust in them. Does anyone know what it could be? please help
     
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    Rod Moser, PA, PhD responded:
    No one, including a seasoned medical professional, can offer you an accurate diagnosis based solely on your symptoms. This is going to require a hands-on examination by a medica provider. Clearly, the treatment that you have received thus far is not working, so it will need to be revised.


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