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Ear infection and eardrum ruptured.
Good Evening, Myself- since childhood suffering from middle ear infection. So on 8th dec onwards developed a low grade fever(below 100⁰F), back of neck & forehead pain, sinusitis, nasal congestion, numbness on tip of tongue, left side lip corner burning, sometimes dry mouth, tmj pain, sore or strep throat, voice was changed,somedays lost taste of food, unable to swllow food. After that visited to an Ent doctor he prescribed medicines including a test for ear pus cells & said eardrum is raptured. After having medicines regularly now tongue taste has returned, but a bit of numbness still there on tongue, thorat a bit of improved by gargling with salt water, now able to swllow food but throat problem is not improving faster & sometimes voice issues. Still mild jaw or tmj or ear pains can be feel, right side lymph node is little swellon. Still mild fever and back neck and back headache continues. & totally quitted smoking. please suggest for better treatment option.                Thanks.
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Keep ear dry Avoid entry of water in ear Take cap bcomplex 1 tab once a day only Fr 15 days Take steam inhaaltion for voice Avoid straining of voice Take limce 500 mg bd kept in mouth dnt chew Tab odimont fx in night only Cap pantra dsr 1 bd
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