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Child has ear ache. Applied ear drops. Now noise in ear, painful to open mouth, difficulty swallowing

My daughter has had an ear ache for about 2weeks now she saw a doctor last week he said there was nothing wrong only that there was alot of wax in her ear we have been treating the wax with ear drops, but for the last few days the ear ache has got worse and she is experiancing noises and to day can open her mouth because it hurts and she is finding it to swollow
Asked On : Mon, 10 Dec 2012
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The wax gets swollen with drops as it becomes soft so usually does not cause pain. But sometimes the wax becomes swollen but is not that soft and gets impacted. This causes pain. Also sometimes it gets infected and that can also be the reason for pain. Please give her some analegics and a short course of antibiotics. Complete relief in pain will be after completely cleaning the ear. So, do visit an ENT and get ear cleaned. Regards
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