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Cortisporin Otic Suspension Dosage
My son is taking neomycin and polymyxin and hydrocortisone otic suspension for swimmer's ear; when can he swim again?
7 to 10 days: If has no symptoms and has completed his treatment it is ok to swim within 7 to 10 days. ...Read more
My son is taking neomycin and polymyxin b sulates and hydrocortisone otic suspension usb for swimmers ear? Overkill?
Probably so: Cortisporin is a combination of a steroid and a topical antibiotic. The steroid is probably the component that is doing the most for your reaction. I would avoid the topical antibiotic unless there is truly a bacterial infection that needs to be treated. The antibiotic portion carries the risk of an allergic reaction and can confound the clinical picture. ...Read more
ENT put peroxide in ear in the a.m. and then I put cortisporin in ear at 10:00 p.m. Ear hurts quite a bit. Bad combination?
Underlying condition: There is undoubtedly some underlying condition present causing your pain. Presumably a swimmers ear, which is the reason an ent would use cortisporin in the first place? What did she say to use for pain? Are you using the drops as prescribed? Do you have an ear tube in place? Check with the prescribing ent about pain management and regimen for drops. ...Read more
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