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Ear pain on using mobile phones. Taking nexito ls medication. Permanent cure?

When I used mobile phone my ear pain starts. I visit to the ENT surgent but he transferred to a Nurologist. He give the medicine Nexito LS & Other tablets. After using the medicine the ear pain stopped. But when I stop taking medicine the ear pain raised again. But I use mobile in a days not more than 5-10 minutes. Plz give the suggestion for this symptims.
Asked On : Thu, 22 Nov 2012
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Your ENT surgeon transferred your care to the Neurologist likely because he/she could not find a local cause.

The recurrence of your symptoms is due to premature discontinuation of treatment. Please visit the same doctor and restart the medications. The appropriate thing to do is to taper and stop the medications under your doctors guidance which will be possible after a sufficient period of treatment.Be Patient and please dont stop medications on your own.
Also you are likely erroneously connecting your ear pain to mobile use. Hope this helps!
Answered: Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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