Thank you for your reply. I was just concerned about taking the medication because I am currently breastfeeding, and was worried that the medication would have any negative effect on my milk.View Thread
Hi, I had this myringitis bullous episode around 12 days ago when both eardrums ruptured, and I had liquid draining out of my ears. The pain went away after that happened, but I still can't hear well--it's as if my ears are congested, everything I hear is muffled. Sometimes, I can also hear tiny popping sounds in one of my ears (it's kind of like the sound of soda bubbles popping). I've been on antibiotics (cefuroxime axetil). How long would it take before I can hear properly again? I have a scheduled trip next month, and I don't know if it is OK to get in a plane with my ears like that. I hope there's something I can do to help with the drainage (Dr. says there's still some fluid behind the ear, which is causing the popping sounds. He gave me cortisone, which I prefer not to take if there are any other solutions). Thanks, RoulaView Thread
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