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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :  
how can i help you?
User :   Okay well yesterday i had really low hearing . I felt that my ear was really full . The doctor checked my ear with an Otoscope yeserday and said i have Otitis Media. He gave me 30 capsules Of Amoxillin and Ciprodex ear drops. Told me to come back in two weeks. But results that friday night i started to hear a ringing sound in my infected ear. The sound is low . Will the sound eventually go away? please Contact me back !
Doctor :  
let me read.
User :   Sorry but i started with infection friday
Doctor :  
yes, it may happen in the healing process.
User :   So i dont have tinnitus?
Doctor :  
when th pressure varyiation inthe 3 compartments of ear
Doctor :  
not to worry
Doctor :  
if it repeats again and if it increases in intensity
Doctor :   then go for check up
User :   Since i started hearing the ringing soun din my right ear friday when should i go for a check up?
User :   til*
Doctor :  
is it increasing or the same or reducing
User :   it's the same
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
then continue for another 2 days the antibiotic.

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