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Ear infection due to bug in ear, twitching on left side of head - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   hi my name is XXXXXXXX im 26 yrs old and about a week ago i had a bug that seems to look like a cattapiella in my left ear, about 2 days ago i have had this twitching on the left side of my head what do this mean..
Doctor :  
How can I help you?
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Let me read it
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Doctor :  
It can be an ear infection
Doctor :   Has the bug been cleared?
User :   but my ear doesnt hurts
User :   yes the doctors got it out
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
You will need to get an Ear examination done
Doctor :  
once again
User :   could this mean something bad though
Doctor :  
To reconfirm that there is no infection
Doctor :  
It could be an ear infection
User :   its kind of scary have my head twitch
Doctor :  
or a remnant of the bug might still be there
Doctor :  
So either of which will be dealt by an ENT surgeon
User :   waht does remnat
Doctor :  
A part
Doctor :  
left behind
User :   well i seen when it came out and it was little
User :   the doctor said i didnt have a infection i just dont know what to do or think

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