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Right side jaw pain, clogged right ear, cough. Took Augmentin, zpack, still pain and cough. Solution ?

I was sick about 4 weeks ago. They didn t know what was wrong. Gave me augmentin . Mucus and coughing is still present. As soon as I finished the antibiotic, I developed right side jaw pain and what seemed to be a clogging of my right ear. Went back to the doctor, where they took X-rays to make sure I didn t have pneumonia bc of all the mucus and coughing and they said I had an ear infection . Well, I finished my zpack and the right side of my jaw is still killing me and my ear feels like I lost all hearing and I can t seem to pop my ear. I am just lost because I m coughing/blowing out mucus and I can t hear out of my right ear.
Asked On : Thu, 20 Dec 2012
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you are most probably having upper raspiratory tract infection with Acute otitis media. You now take some broad spectrum antibiotoc like cepodem (200 mg) twice daily,anti inflamatory like Voveran-plus twice daily and steam inhalation for one weak.
Answered: Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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