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Prescribed with ciprodex for ear pain. Swollen lymph node, facial numbness and reddish patch in front of the ear. Reason?

My daughter is 15 complaining of ear pain for 4 days. Get her into the dr. no ear infection , no red throat and no nasal congestion . Dr. gives me ciprodex to put in her ear. I start day one and she is screams like its acid going in her ear. The Dr said the lymph node is extremely swollen but no infection. but today there is a red circle in front of her ear on her face and she has call back yet from the dr.
Asked On : Mon, 27 Aug 2012
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Hi dear your 15 year old child having earache for four days,with no infection in ear ,throat or nose,and was prescribed ciprdex drops.If he has no infection in ear ,throat or nose ,then where lies the cause of pain,and why the lymph node is swollen,which usually happens in infection The red circle in the front of ear with numbness which your now mentioning points that your child is probably having paratoiditis,inflammation of a gland called partoid situated in front ear,and this has led to the enlargement and pain of lymph node ,as well as you better get your child investigated for partioditis,which is also associated with orchitis, in this age group,He may need a course of anitbiotic and anti inflammatory
Answered: Tue, 28 Aug 2012
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