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Ringing in the ears. On steroids. High blood pressure. On cephaexin

My head has been conested or over month, my ears also have a ringing sound, mainly the right one. I went to my doctor who put me on steroids for 6 days, and cephaexin 500mg for 10. I finished the steroids but notced no difference. I called my doctor who said to continue the cephaexin till gone and to take Mucinx D. I have been taking them for three days, no difference. I have two days left of cephalexin . I do have slight high blood pressure . This is drivig me crazy!! What can I do???
Asked On : Mon, 20 Aug 2012
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hello. it is likely that the ringing is due to the congestion in your sinuses and the eustachian tube (a tube connecting your ear and nose) i would recommend you continue the antibiotics and mucinx d , i would also advice you to start steam inhalation and consult your ENt doctor, who will examine you and advice yu further. thanks
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