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Ear problems, blocked Eustachian tube. Taking sudafed, motrin for pain. Which version of coricidin must I take?

Hello, I have a couple questions regarding Coricidin . I have been having ear problems, not an infection, and it s thought that my eustachian tube is causing them. I was told to take Sudafed (behind the counter one with pseudoephedrine ) and Motrin for the pain as needed. Also was told to take Coricidin to help but was not told which one specifically. So I wrote the ingredients down to make this as easy as possible. Which of the following 3 should I be using in conjuction with the above? Combo A) Acetaminophen 325mg Pain/Fever Reducer & Chlorpheniramine Maleate 2mg Antihistamine Combo B) Dextromethorphan Hydrobromide 10mg Cough Suppressant & Chlorpheniramine Maleate 4mg Antihistamine Combo C) Dextromethorphan Hydrobromide 10mg Cough Suppressant & Guaifenesin 200mg expectorant Thank you very very much, it is greatly appreciated!
Asked On : Mon, 25 Jun 2012
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hello,let me try to help have been diagnosed to have a eustachian tube problem,this means it is blocked due to an an infection in the nose or sinuses.allergy can also cause blocks.diseases in the space behind your nose can also cause should see an ENT doctor to detect a probable cause and get it treated.i think sudafed and the combo c is fine in your case.we wish you a speedy recovery. dr praveen.
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