I thought I had already posted this but it hasn't appeared in the forum. So here goes again.
I had a bad ear canal infection about 5 months ago (after visiting my audiologist!?!) and decided
to self treat with a 50% white vinegar solution, using a Q-tip (I know, you're not supposed to do that!).
It worked because the infection went away. However,
a couple of weeks later, the ear began draining again, but no odor. I went to the doc who then prescribed
antibiotics with the advice that I should see an ENT if it did not clear up. Well, it didn't and now I'm
waiting for my ENT appointment. The issue is further complicated because I wear a
hearing aid in that ear. I will let you know how it goes, and if it is a fungus -- I'm told fungal infections are
very difficult to get rid of.
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