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Posted on Thu, 23 Jun 2022
Question: Ear Paining
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Answered by Dr. LAKSHMI (1 hour later)
Brief Answer:
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Thank you for reaching out at Ask A Doctor
I have read your query and understood your concern
I see that you mention only pain and no discharge or fever .This could probably be due to recent cold infection or a ear blockage due to wax .I would recommend otogesic ear drops twice a day for 3 days to relieve the pain along with it you can take a paracetamol tablet to relieve the pain .Incase symptoms persist or any history of ear discharge kindly get an ENT opinion.
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Dr XXXXXXX
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Ear Paining

Brief Answer: kindly read below Detailed Answer: Hi Thank you for reaching out at Ask A Doctor I have read your query and understood your concern I see that you mention only pain and no discharge or fever .This could probably be due to recent cold infection or a ear blockage due to wax .I would recommend otogesic ear drops twice a day for 3 days to relieve the pain along with it you can take a paracetamol tablet to relieve the pain .Incase symptoms persist or any history of ear discharge kindly get an ENT opinion. Regards Dr XXXXXXX