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Muffled hearing, lagging eyes, headache. Histroy of scolliosis, sinus problem, ear infection. Help

A week ago i was diagnosed with an ear infection and pink eye, they treated it and today, because the antibiotics they gave we are almost over, i went to get checked out again. My pink eye is gone but my hearing is muffled in my left ear. The doctor says my ear infection is completly gone but my hearing is muffled, my eyes are being slow(almost lagging) and im having head aches. What do you think is wrong with my ear? Also, backround information- I have severe scoliosis, and my right septum is bigger than the other so I have sinus issues.
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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IT S CHRONIC SINUSITIS WITH ACUTE INFECTION
METROGYL CLEARS SINUSES MORE EFFECTIVELY IN S
EVEN IF YOU HAVE ANTIBITICS START WITH METROGYL 20 MG BD FOR 7 DAYS
TAKE ANTI ALLERGIC ALLEGRA 120 MG BD
SYP PIRITON 1/2 TSF NIGHT
APPLY NEOMYCIN H EYE OINTMENT IN NOSE BD
PUT SEA WATER DROPS IN EACH NOSE AT NIGHT TO CLEAR THE EARS
TAKE DOCLO SOS FOR PAIN AND FEVER
MAY TAKE 2 -3 WK TO CLEAR EARS
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