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Clogged left ear, hearing loss, pressure, pus, head injury. On antibiotics for infection. Cure?

My left ear is clogged, I cant hear anything out of it. It feels like there is a lot of pressure in it and i get sharp pains in it through out the day. There is puss in the mornings. I got kicked in the head about four weeks ago playing rugby, but i didnt have pain for about two weeks after the fact. I am taking antibiotics to stop the infection, for the most part the pain is gone, but i cant really hear anything out of the ear.
Asked On : Mon, 22 Oct 2012
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Hi ahofmye

You may have otitis externa or impacted wax. get your ear examined by ENT specialist and take the medication accordingly. If wax is there he will remove it and everything will be OK. If ongoing infection is there he will do syringing of your year and then will prescribe the antibiotics.....

best wishes
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