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Having pus in ear and bad allergies. Taken medicine. Started cold sweats and feels sick. Any advice?

Hello my son (3 years) has pus in his left ear and really bad allergies he went to his dr on thurday and he got meds both. But now over the last 2 night he seems like his been having cold sweats and really nasty caught that makes him caught so much he gets sick from it. Im not sure what else to do i feeel like i tryed everthing. Can anyone give me anymore Idea s please. Thanks
Asked On : Wed, 2 May 2012
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as you stated your child is having pus from the left ear which show he is suffering the otitis media of the left ear that means the infection of the middle ear which is supporative and the cold sweats occurs due to the bout of fevers he is having. the best you can do at this stage is to stop any antibiotics he is using for atleast 48 hours and send the pus swab and blood sample for culture and sensitivity to identify the causative organism and sensitive antibiotic against it. however he can use paracetamol during this period for lowering the temperature.
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Answered: Wed, 2 May 2012
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