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    JUST GOT TUBES IN MY EARS AND WHEN I PUT EARDROPS IN MY EARS I AM HAVING SO MUCH PAIN PLEASE HELP!
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    randapanda482 posted:
    HI. i heard about the ebsite and maybe i can get some help, i ust got tubes put in my ears in july of 2013 and its only been a week. but there is a problem when ever i put eardrops in my ears i having so much pain and the pain is scored at a 10 nd have to take iveprofen to make the pain go away in my ears from the eardrops i really need help please someone comment quick cause i am having pain in my ear right now but it huts sooo bad to put the eardrops in them i try to ignor the pain and iveprofen is not helping the pain
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