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Itching and pain in ear. Taken Amoxil and Diclofenac. Feeling of water in ear, dizziness, nause

I was having a strange feeling in my left ear - it itches & hurts lightly when cold air get in the ear. I saw a GP who gave me amoxil and diclofenac . After using these for 5days it felt a bit better but now i feel like i have water in that ear and the left side of face/head by the ear feels heavy & aches light especially when sitting in front of the computer; my vision on left eye gets blurry as i keep working on the computer. I also feeling dizzy even while seated and nausated especially after eating.
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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Welcome in H.C.M. for consultation.
I have gone through your query regarding itching, pain ,and heaviness in left ear, you have taken treatment from GP in the form of Amoxil and diclofenac for 5 days , i this way you got some relief but heaviness in head and dizziness is still persisting.
considering your symptoms I am suspecting that you are suffering from acute otitis media with labyrinthitis. your feeling of water inside the left ear is really exudate in middle ear of left side.
As far as treatment is concern you should take- Antibiotics, anti inflammatory, anti histaminics, decongestants and steam inhalation and anti vertigo drugs like cinnergine. this will take 8 to 10 days for complete recovery.

With Regards.
Answered: Sat, 23 Feb 2013
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