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Cold & ear ache
Ear ache ocassional mainly during nights..cough...decreased hearing...plzz suggest what should i do?
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Start using ear drops like Otek AC or Otocin O 2 drops 3 times a day, an anti-allergic like Cetrizine tablet at night and if you are not hypertensive, a decongestant like Otrivin nose drops 2 drops 3 times. Otherwise, steam inhalation is safe! You can take an analgesic like Combiflam, if the pain is severe!
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Hello... Symptoms start 1 to 3 days after infection. Usually, the first symptom is a sore throat or discomfort in the nose. Later, people start sneezing, have a runny nose, and feel mildly ill....Take steam fomentaion twice daily, avoid cold weather and foods, drink warm water...
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