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Sinus infection, clear fluid with blood from ears, hearing loss. Using keflex, zpack. Treatment?

i was diagnosed with a sinus and ear infection almost 2 weeks ago, i had discharge coming out of one ear (clear fluid with blood) i was put on a zpack - pain subsided but ear still blocked and hearing is impaired. went back to primary and was put on keflex 5 days ago - behind my ear hurts - constant headache in back of my head and eye - hearing is still impaired.
Asked On : Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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Welcome in H.C.M.
I have gone through query regarding your sinus and ear infection leading to ear ache followed by blood mixed watery fluid is coming out from ear with loss of hearing.
Considering these facts it is clear that you are suffering from sinusitis with acute otitis media. By taking antibiotic your pain is relieved but you still feels blockade in ear and hearing loss, thus you may add anti inflammatory and decongestant in your treatment this in turn help you.
Hope your query is over now.

With Regards.
Answered: Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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