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Child has four sets of tubes, ear draining, smelling bad. Normal?

My son is 6 years old his has now had four sets of tubes the tubes he has now are the ones that have to be removed from the doctor. Almost a week ago his right ear started draining and now it is more and smells really bad. I called thedr and they said this was normal I was just wanting to know especially because of the smell and yellowish color
Asked On : Sun, 16 Sep 2012
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infected ischarge gives smell

he might ber having adenoids
get xray stn for adenoids because this causes the recurence of ear discharge and cause of putting ventilating tubes in ears
no worry
take tab metrogyl 200 mgm twce a day
tab fexofenadine 30 mgm twice a day
apply neosporin h eye ontment in nose and ears
put neosporin h ear drops 2 drops at night in draining ears
do for 3 week
post again for next step after xray stn for adenoids
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