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Took antibiotics for pain on the face. Had and ear infection. Feeling dizzy, headaches. Lactating mother. What medication can be taken?

I had pain in my right side of face about 2 weeks and was given amoxicillin for 5 days android I had an ear infection by an A & E doctor. 2 days ago I started getting pain gaining the same area and yesterday the side of my face swelled up and was hard and sore. I have also been feeling dizzy and getting headaches . I went to my doctor s yesterday and he looked in my ear and told me that I don t have an ear infection, but I should take ibuprofen for the inflammation. The swelling has gone down but still sore. (I am breastfeeding so limited To what medication I can take, baby is 10weeks old.)
Asked On : Mon, 31 Dec 2012
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Your pain seems to be because of sinusitis as your doctor has examined your ear and has told you that there is no infection. Please use nasal decongestant drops for 4-5 days and take lots of steam. Anti-inflammatory you are already taking. In case the swelling reappears or pain worsens, do consult an ENT who can ask for an X-Ray PNS. These medicines can be taken by nursing mothers. Take care.
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