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Ruptured ear drum, ear infection, loss of hearing. Cause of concern?

Hi. I recently went to my ENT because I have a ruptured ear drum as well as a pretty bad ear infection . He put me on orals and drops...I have completed 10 days of the drops 3x a day. I have not have any improvement in hearing (its been 11 days since i went to the ENT) this normal? Also, i drove XXXXX for XXXXXXXX and experienced some pain when driving through the this normal?
Asked On : Fri, 28 Dec 2012
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hello dear
well yes my friend ear infection my take some time to heal especially when the ear drum is ruptured
continue on your medication and drops , make sure no water get inside of your ear when you take a shower (use ear plug)
also driving through the mountains well cause some pain due to atmospheric pressure chage, chewing a gum may decrease this symptoms
hope you all the healthiness
Answered: Fri, 28 Dec 2012
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