Dr says it's an ear infection. It still hurts even on my 5th day of 875 mg's of amoxill twice a day. I am beginning to wonder if it really is an infection. I had a little accident about a year and a half ago. We were driving down a residential street and i was in the front passener seat and all windows were up in the van (good thing) But all of a sudden my window blew out. it forced alot of pressure in my ear and glass ended up cutting the back of my ear. Anyway, we still aren't sure what EXACTLY happened but we thinking the lawn mower across the street threw a rock into my window (In which case good thing the window was up or i wouldn't be here today.) We never did find the culprit rock nor did the ***k across the street come over to see if we were ok. he just kept mowing.:mad: Anywho, my ear ached for days and i couldn't hear well out of it for several hours afterward. Had dr check to see if glass or other debris got blown into it, never found anything, I have had trouble with it ever since. i think it's the air pressure that caused the pain.. i don't know but man it feels like someone suddenly is stabbing my eardrum with a blade or pencil OUCH! It has gotten worse in the past week. It's in my right ear, no other symptoms, no fever, or ringing or fullness in the ear just intermittent stabbing pain. what can this be? please does anyone have any answers for me?? could it be related to the accident a year and half ago?
thanks in advance!!
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