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Have Sinus Infection. On Amoxicillin. Why troubled breathing?

Hello i have a Sinus Infection that has been going on 3 weeks i have now Been on Amoxicillan 2000mg For now 4 days days with a 5 day Prescription and i still cant Breathe out of my nose and my ears fill like they need to pop Any other Suggestions i also tried a netting Pot helped for a about a hr then i got Congested again
Asked On : Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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hi there.. thanks for your query..after going through your query i think probably u r having sinusitis along with otitis media(middle ear infection) which is secondary to sinusitis which spreads to middle ear through a connectin between nose and middle ear and u r resistant to amoxicillin.. so better change the drug.. n go for 1) (cefixime & clavulanic acid )combination tablet 200 mg twice daily for 7 days which is a higher antibiotic, along with 2) (aceclofenac & serratopeptidase) combination tablet twice daily for 5 days which wil reduce inflammation of middle ear and sinus, along with 3) (levocetrizine & montelukast ) combination tablet twice daily for 5 days.. along with steam inhalation atleast three times a day.. this wil help u..
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