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Which medication to be taken to cure labyerinthitis? Itchness in ear and feeling of ears popping

Hi there been told i have labyerinthitious , gave me tablets for dizziness and proparanol for my heart rate was quite high. But starting to feel better on 3rd week and i have had this really itchness in my ears . Also woke up yesterday with a cold all sinuses blocked and feels like my ears keep popping . Is this layberinthtis going away ?
Asked On : Fri, 20 Jul 2012
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HI, thanks for using healthcare magic

Labyrinthitis is normally associated with dizziness, vertigo, nausea. If you are no longer experiencing any of these symptoms , then it has resolved.

The feeling as though your sinuses are congested and ear popping may imply that your sinuses are now causing problems.
This may require anti histamines and decongestants. These can come as a combination (clarinase, zyrtec d, allegra d) and may be available over the counter.

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Answered: Thu, 10 Apr 2014
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