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    Possible ear infection
    jszaradowski posted:
    Thursday when I was checking out at a store i visited the clerk let me know that my right ear was bleeding.When i got in car and checked in mirror,i saw a line of dry blood from ear on face,&checked in ear and was still bleeding but stopped appx 5 minutes later.Saturday got up to use bathroom and when I got in bed I saw 5-6 spots of blood on pillow,possibly from same ear checked &had blood drainage again,but nothing in the morning. Have had a bad cough for about 2 weeks.

    Should I go get this ear examined? if so whom should i go see? The last time I had an ear infection in this ear was 2010 because i was swimming in a pool where chemicals were balanced correctly.

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