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On antibiotics for ear pain. Greenish discharge. Any natural remedy?

I have had ear pain for a while and have been on antibiotics or steroids for a total of 3 consecutive weeks. My right ear is still painful and when I bend over and stand up again, I can hear fluid. Just this morning, there was green drainage coming form my right ear. I have been in contact with my doctor after each medication treatment, but I feel that there must be something more I can do to help this. Are there any natural remedies that I could try?
Asked On : Thu, 7 Mar 2013
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Hi ,Thanks for the query i would like you to know that you are having ear infection (otitis ) in which sypmtoms resembles to those of you like
Discharges from the ear.
Fullness in the ear.
Muffled hearing
Poor sleep.
Fever etc
So i suggest you to consult your doctor about the discharges you are having before it doubles and you can put mild warm olive or mustard oil drops (3-4) in your ear .
Dr Shilpi
Answered: Thu, 7 Mar 2013
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