Labyrinthitis usually goes away on its own within a few days to weeks. If labyrinthitis was triggered by a bacterial infection, antibiotics may be prescribed. Were you given a prescription or any course of treatment when you saw the ER doctor?
It sounds like you need to get a full check up with your health care provider - not an emergency room - to explore all of your symptoms. Start making notes about when the attacks occur: time of day, what you were eating/drinking, if you took any prescription or OTC medication, how much sleep you've etc. The more details the better!
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Complications from pinworms are rare. The most frequent complications are bacterial infection because of skin irritation or scratches from itching. Here are some resources on Pinworms that might give you additional information:
The best way to get an answer if to ask the doctor who ordered the scan and received the results. Medical terms can be confusing and I'm sure your doctor's office could clarify what this means in relation to your CT.
Treatment alone does not kill threadworm eggs - good hygiene is the only way to prevent eggs from spreading and causing another infection. Click here for more information about additional ways to avoid threadworm:
I think your best bet is to try not to worry and wait to see what the pediatrician has to say. You might want to ask the pediatrician's office if they want additional blood work before her appointment - and if it should be fasting or not. And be sure to take notes! I know that when I'm in the doctors office, it's often hard to concentrate.
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