My husband has had some type of infection in his ear for about 2 weeks. He's seen two different doctors, and each has said something different (and prescribed something different). Most recently, he was told that he has a yeast infection in his ear and prescribed dyflucan. I've been looking around on the net and not finding any info regarding such a thing (although, I now understand that it is a chronic problem in dogs...but my husband is not a canine...) I would really appreciate some advice. We've already spent over $300.00 and he's not getting any better. (His ear started with pain, followed by drainage (including blood-- but the doc said his eardrum did not burst), now his ear has been plugged for a week....
any help would be appreciated,
My 2year old daughter is going through this right now. The exact same thing. She is also not getting better. Let me know if you hear anything or find anything. i reallywould like to get her feeling better. ***@****
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