If I already tried Cipro and Augmentin, what's left for a sore, inside ear? What could I recommend to the physician assistant (since she's not an ENT.)
The ENTs always give me those two anti=biotics. Zythromax gives me bacterial infections. I really don't want another appointment with an ENT.
What kind of anti-inflammatory medications (again, the physician assistant may not know)?
If I had an MRI (I think you are a radiologist?) that said I have mild, degenerative arthitis in my neck and spine, that can still cause pain, right?
I find that Norco helps with my back and spinal pain, but then I have to go and see a pain management doctor. It never ends!
You've been wonderful with details that I will mention to the physician assistant on Friday!My last MRI in January 2013 (for essential tremors, lucky me!) reported that I have severe, massive scarring on the right side of my head in my sinuses and ear. It's been such a chronic problem...if this were 50 years ago, I'd probably be dead from the cholesteotoma!
I'm on disability so I can't give you a bonus, but you certainly deserve it!