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    An_251775 posted:
    Hi my daughter who is almost three years old, recently had an ear infection in the left ear. Before she was diagnosed with the infection she was very irratible, not sleeping well and always laying down on her left ear. So that's when I called the doctor for a visit. They confirmed it was an ear infection of the left ear and prescribed her amoxicillon. All the symptoms went away and they rechecked her ears almost a week later and they were 100 percent better. Although she is better now and ear infection is gone, she still out of the blue lays down on her left ear. Can anyone help me with this please ? I don't know whether it's something I should be concerned about.
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