I could see pus in my hear from an ear infection do I have to see a doctor? Asap?

Not an emergency. If you do not have pain you could wait till the next day to see a physician but a visit to MD is necessary.

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Woke up with ear pain two weeks ago and have had muffled hearing since. Pretty sure it's fluid. Is this an ear infection? Should I see a doctor?

Yes. Decreased hearing for two weeks needs to be checked out unless it is due to allergies and responds to an antihistamine. Either way, avoid loud noises in the meantime and avoid respiratory tract/skin irritants/allergens in the environment (like smoke, fragrances, aerosols). Read more...
Two weeks? If your ear infection started two weeks ago, please see a doctor. Even if it's not infected, some anthistamine/decongestant can help drain the fluid which is keeping you from hearing well. Read more...

I have an ear infection, should I consult a doctor if it affects my hearing?

Yes. Ear infections can progress and cause significant problems. Outer ear infections usually are treated with antibiotic drops. They can be quite troublesome and can bet very serious if one has diabetes. Middle ear infections are usually treated with oral antibiotics. Sometimes, they require incision and drainage of the ear drum. Read more...

My son has an ear infection. The doctors have prescribed him with amoxicillin. How do I know that it has cleared as it has effected his hearing?

Comfortable, no pull. Hearing loss with ear infection is temporary and will go away as the fluid in the middle ear clears. Unfortunately, the fluid lasts longer than the infection. If he is sleeping well and not fussy or feverish, the antibiotic is likely working, but fluid can take 6 or 8 weeks to clear, and his hearing will get better slowly. Your doctor can look again if you are in doubt. Read more...
Follow up ck. sometimes ear infections do not clear up.i recommend a follow up ear recheck. Read more...
Visualization. Following a typical course of antibiotics for an ear infection, follow up in 2-4 weeks so your provider can look at the ear drums with an otoscope is important. At times, the infection will clear enough to not produce symptoms, but fluid will remain (this tends to get re-infected). In general, ppeople on the correct medication will start to feels relief from their symptoms within 2-3 days. Read more...

I think I have a sinus infection. Now I can't hear out of one ear. Could it be an ear infection? Should I go to the doctor?

Wait/go your call. Some of these begin viral and end up bacterial. Both could self heal when your immune system kicks I but that could take months. To sort out whether prescription meds are needed and what those would be you need to see your doc. Read more...

Doctor prescribed moxeza for my ear infection (becuase Ciprodex didn't work the first time) & now my ear is blocked and I can't hear. What should I do?

See your doctor. Hello, you didn't say if it was a middle ear infection, or swimmer's ear... It sounds like swimmer's ear if your doctor prescribed drops. Often, drops aren't enough, and oral antibiotics are needed. I think you should schedule an appointment with your doctor as soon as possible, to get this infection under control so you can feel better. I hope that helps! Read more...

My doctor said I don't have an ear infection, but he prescribed to me SUDOGEST, CETIRIZINE, and FLUCTICASONE. Do these help the wave sound that I hear?

Probably not. These meds are for sinus or nasal congestion, not for tinnitus which is what I believe you are describing. No medication specifically helps tinnitus. Your doc may be hoping that by clearing up any congestion you might get relief from what is most often an inner ear condition. These usually clear up spontaneously especially at your young age. Read more...

Had a nasty cold for ~ a week. Congestion worked itself to 1 ear. Lots of pressure and muffled hearing. Prone to sinus infections. Ear infection? Doc?

Perhaps. Would need an examination to know the extent of involvement, but ear infections and sinus infections can both be initiated by congestion occluding the sites from which drainage of these anatomic structures occurs. Fluid in a cavity from which drainage cannot occur creates a prime mechanism for infection. Read more...
Ear infection. Hello. It is common to see an ear infection associated with a rhinitis and sinusitis. Since your symptoms are changing or possibly even worsening, i would recommend seeing your family physician. Read more...
Surgery may not help. I am a doctor who suffered for years with sinus infections.do the following: 1.Avoid anything cold. 2.no soda. 3.I use Sovereign Silver spray when I feel like I am getting another attack.its safe and natural.u won't get it in Mexico :( 4.I use VICKS topically as much as I can. 5.I use a humidifier at night 6.I drink lots of water. Good L. Read more...