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Which ear drop should I use for tympanoplasty on 12 year old ?

What types of antibiotic drops can i use for tympanoplasty on 12 year old? My daughter (12 yo) had tympanoplasty on her ear about 2 weeks ago. The last 2 days she has had the worst headache ever (pain medication is not helping) and a nose bleed today. I think her ear is infected. Dr. is not open until Mon. I have 2 diffent ear drops- 1. ciprofloxacin 2. neomycin . Can i use one of these in her ear? Which one? Will it ruin the results of her recent operation?
Asked On : Sun, 10 Jul 2011
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ya ,there is chance of infection as she has pain
u need to consult ent doctor ,he must attend u as u have problem and he will.
u can apply ciprofloxacin drops .
if u apply both ,then also its okay
they will not make it worse
she need oral antibiotic and analgesic tab ,but let ur dr decide.
u can talk with him also .
dont worry ,every thing will be okay .
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