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Middle Ear Infection

Dosage of STREPTOkill in a middle ear infection

If the infection occurs, application of STREPTOkill might be highly painful. In general, the stronger the inflammation gets, the more painful application of Streptokill going to be. Pain indicates that Streptokill is, in fact, working and in high intensity stays for couple of seconds. If the ear is healthy, you probably won't feel anything, which is the say as with oral cavity application.

Because of reasons mentioned above we highly recommend to use diluted Streptokill instead of its clear form. First of all, spurt one portion of Streptokill into a glass (20 spurts = ca 2 ml), then add 3 portions of water (tea spoon = ca 6 ml). Diluted like this, soak a piece of cotton or cotton bud in the liquid and insert it into the ear.

It is also possible to lie down on one's side and drop a few drops right into the ear. After, it is better to swallow few times in order to get applied medicine as far as possible.

By the next time you might try less-diluted or clear Streptokill as the previous medication has already taken effect. The pain will be visibly lesser compared to if we used clear Streptokill right from the beginning.

We do not recommend usage of the sprayer as it might have negative effects (as to cause unwanted pressure on the ear).

If Streptokill, even after a few applications, will not help, definitely seek your family doctor.  


Middle Ear Infection

Middle ear is a small space right behind the eardrum. It is connected with nasopharynx by Eustachian tube, whose function is beside equalizing pressure inside head cavities also removing fluids from the middle ear. A middle ear infection, also called otitis media, occurs when a virus or bacteria causes the area behind the eardrum to become inflamed. The condition is most common in children.

Inflammation can be accompanied by fever, headache, pain or pressure in the ear, decreased appetite or lowered hearing.

Most of the time, middle ear infection is associated with another illness. For example rhinitis, during lowered drainage of phlegm that becomes trapped in the middle ear (which normally is filled with air).This environment is often attacked by viruses or bacteria, which thrive in these conditions. Children are mainly affected by this inflammation and it is because of the angle and the length of the Eustachian tube in comparison with adults.

Primarily painkillers are administered to lower the pain associated with the inflammation. When infection becomes more severe and does not tend to go away, then doctor sometimes prescribes ANTIBIOTICS, but it is not recommended because usually middle ear inflammation goes away by itself within few days. Sometimes the doctor punctures the eardrum and sometimes it bursts by itself. Relief from pain is almost immediate. Diluted STREPTOKILL can be administered by applicator straight into the ear.

There is not much it can be done to prevent middle ear inflammation. It is recommended to not smoke in presence of children who are irritated by cigarette's smoke. Hardening is good prevention for rhinitis. Good idea seems to be eliminating dairy products and milk from ones diet as they support the phlegm production.  

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