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Perforated eardrums, on antibiotics, headache above right eye, tenderness. Should I be worried?

i have two perforated eardrums caused by a common case of cold and flu . i went to my doctor and have antibiotics . i have got a head ache around the middle of my head and above my right eye which is tender to touch. i have also been taking paracetamol and ibuprofen with the antibiotics. should i be worried about this head ache?
Asked On : Tue, 7 Aug 2012
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Thanks for query,
You have an associated sinus infection with your ear infection.
Repeated infection of cold & flu causes maxillary & frontal sinus to gets infected caused you this type of headache.
Your middle ear infection should require a full course of medication to resolve takes more times then usual ten other infection of body.
If you got repeated infection or continue discharged from ear you may need Tympanoplasty operation.It is necessary to save your mastoid bone from infection.
You should require hot water inhalation of tincture benzoine that will help to reduce infection of sinus.
Thanks again.
Answered: Tue, 7 Aug 2012
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