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Suffering from cold, pain in right ear. Remedy?

i am june 32 years of age living in kuwait , I Have a cold for one week and after that i experience pain in my right ear until its totaly block , could you pls. kindly explain to me the reason for this and if there is any other kind of remedies that i can do on my side thank you very much hope you can help me in my case .
Asked On : Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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I have gone through your query regarding cold for a week followed by blockade in ear and pain. Your progress of disease is as-

Your cold for a week had given rise to infection in your throat by post nasal drip, from throat a tubular connection exist between throat and middle ear of that side ( Eustachian tube ). By this connection had reached to middle ear and thus your ear problem developed.

Now you may take-

(a) Tab Paracetamol.

(b) Tabcetrizine (10 mg )

(c) Steam inhalation.

I hope this will help you.

Answered: Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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