Amoxicillin dosage children ear infection

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Now she was diagnosed with an ear infection yesterday, she didn't see her normal doctor because her normal doctor was out of town, which is fine, I know the other doctor. the doctor gave her amoxicillin for her ear infection. Since last night's dosage and today's dosage, she has been breaking out in rash and the rash hasn't gone away. It doesn't itch, and she doesn't have a fever anymore. It looks like hives, could that be an allergy to the medicine?
I have an 8 month old who was giving amoxicillin for ear infection and a bad sinus infection. after about 3 hours after I gave her the first dose. She broke out into a huge rash that covered here entire body. Then she started weezing and having problems breathing. So we took her to the ER. The doctor there said that she needed to go to the childrens hospital right away. So we went there and she stayed there for about 2 weeks. The doctor said that she was allergic to amoxicillin.
Children weighing 88 pounds and over should follow the recommended adult dose schedule. Children weighing under 88 pounds will have their dosage determined by their weight.
I have also chronic infection in my left paranasal sinuses, but now my symptoms are not typical of sinus symptoms, preferly typical of ear infection. I have seen many ENT doctors, two dentists, two neurologists, a cardiologist and many other doctors. Temporomandibular and tooth disorders, trigeminal neuralgia, ear infections, a coronary artery disease have been excluded. Now there is only muscular dystonia taken into consideration as a possible cause. The left carotid sinus may be enlarged.
If this medication is essential to your health, your doctor may advise you to discontinue breastfeeding until your treatment is finished. Recommended dosage Return to top ADULTS AND CHILDREN 12 YEARS OLD AND OVER Continue taking penicillin V for the full time of treatment, even if you begin to feel better after a few days. Failure to take a full course of therapy may prevent complete elimination of the infection. It is best to take the doses at evenly spaced times, around the clock.
3 weeks early, slow labor resulting in a c-section, colic, milk protein intolerance, zantac for a year, idiopathic hives at about 12-months, one year of zyrtec to trick his immune system out of responding, clean allergy tests at 18 months, febrile seizures starting at 18 months, tubes in both ears and adenoids removed at age 2 because of eight ear infections in six months, chronic nasal drainage resolved with nasonex, chronic cough (five months) resulting from an un-diagnosed sinus infection,
There is a possibility that the infection could go into your ear, which happened to me once, but I found a way to avoid it. You could also accidentally rub infected snot into your eye and get an eye infection, if you are careless. The physiology of your head may be different from my head and you could experience a problem that I would not have, so it’s another risk you must assume. This technique will work for almost any infection of the nose, if you‘re willing to take the risk.
Do any of you suffer from TMJ temporal mandibular joint disorder? One of the things that is a symptom is chronic blocked ears "TMJ may cause ear pain, ringing in the ears (tinnitus), and hearing loss. Sometimes people mistake TMJ pain for an ear problem, such as an ear infection, when the ear is not the problem at all." I am currently having a terrible time with my left ear, and was looking for relief and found this site, hope this helps some of you!
Chronic mouth breathing can not only affect your quality of life, but your life, period. As an ear, nose and throat specialist with years of experience helping people breathe better through their noses, I have seen hundreds of people have dramatically improved lives. One of the most important reasons to breathe through your nose is because of a gas called nitric oxide that's made by your nose and sinus mucous membranes.
These usually include doxycycline for adults and children older than 8, or amoxicillin or cefuroxime for adults, younger children, and pregnant or breast-feeding women. A 14- to 21-day course of antibiotics is usually recommended, but some studies suggest that courses lasting 10 to 14 days are equally effective. Intravenous antibiotics. If the disease involves the central nervous system, your doctor may recommend treatment with an intravenous antibiotic for 14 to 28 days.
Rehab has not worked, and the doctor claims it's needed b/c she has damaged nerve endings, and nothing else can help. Eight yrs ago an ear infection and some years later problems after being in a pool. She can't stand it any more. I am reading all your suggestions and am emailing her some in Colombia. Will keep you updated. If all fails here we're hitting Mass Gen'l's special ear division.
I think it started around the time I had tonsillitis and I had to take a lot of antibiotics to get rid of it.. Then I had what seemed to be an ear infection.. but the doctor said it wasn't anything bacterial.. I drink a lot of Orange colored teas and coffees and I thought it was the cause.. Long story short is that I've had this orange Tongue for a while and think it may be Candida Yeast infection.. but can't get a definite answer for it..
Hi, I too am suffering from a vaginal strep infection. I got it when I started having sex with a new partner. I have tried two rounds of antibiotics. The first round took it away and then it came back in a couple of months again. I have a lot of irritation and redness. I am taking a probiotic and Colloidal Silver to see if it will help. Both of these items can be purchased through a health food store. I've been taking it now for about two weeks.
Most people get enough vitamin B12 in their diet, but a deficiency may occur in certain health conditions (e.g., poor nutrition, stomach/intestinal problems, infection, cancer). Serious vitamin B12 deficiency may result in anemia, stomach problems, and nerve damage. Dosage is based on your medical condition and response to treatment. Injections may be given daily when you first start treatment. Certain medical conditions (e.g.
Then I came down with a sinus infection that lead to an inner ear infection. I was constantly dizzy, spaced out, ear congestion and uncomfortable sensation. After a month of this icky feeling, I finally took antibiotics which helped with the dizziness and the fuzzy head. I felt better for about six months, but still did not feel like myself. Now, the dizziness has returned along with the other symptoms.
A week prior to this she was running a fever and I took her to the doctor and she had a mild ear infection. They gave her antibotics so I was surprised that she ended up with a cold a week later while she was still on the medicine and now that she is off of it she has a cold with the vomiting. I am so worried that something more serious it going on but then I read all of the other post and I feel a little better that my child is not the only one.
He has a couple of unrelated complications which are impacting his activities. A sinus growth which resulted in ongoing infection. (just had sinus surgery) and a hernia which will need to be addressed. Being 34 with your livelihood dependent on your performance is a hard place to be. You are affected not only personally, but professionally and financially. Still, I would advise caution while you heal.
I too had a bad reaction with Singulair. They are thinking the Candid (systemic infection) is the cause of the allergies/itch/hives... so many doctors put off diagnosing it but, it is really something you can look into. A place called Genova Labs (I think in South Carolina) has a stool sample test that you can send in on your own ($46 with no insurance) the test takes 2 weeks but, the results are worth it!!!!!!!!! Candid is SO overlooked! I think $46 is worth it....
Usually, but not allways the patient will describe the sensation of having a constantly blocked nose even in the absence of any type of discharge or sinus infection. Most but not all patients will describe a feeling of tension or stiffness in the cranial muscles, especially in the forehead.
I can feel them crawl through the ear drum. When the ear drum pop I can feel them pour out of the ear like I won a slot machine. I am talking small and still feel them. The Indians and pioneer use to wet straw to smoke out the mites of homes. If had access to a smoke hut where they smoke food,I would be sleeping in it. The peroxide ear cleaning don't kill them and don't last. So I am hoping the smoke will help. We all have lungs that make co2.
Chicken or Buffalo or Turkey or duck with potato 2 - 3 times a day about 1 - 1 1/2 cups a day. Snacks: Pieces of chicken.
My tonsils are inflamed on a daily basis,also have a bunch of tan light brown tissus on my pharyngeal walls...I have sharp pain in my throat radiating in my right ear from time to time,also most of the time i have the sensation that something is stuck in my throat near my right tonsil.My tonsils have deep crypts and i always get tonsils stones,seen many doctors and an ENT,had many x-rays taken.Some swollen lymph nodes,yeah its a mess...
He of course tested me for Herpes, and even though I had read everything that you have all been through, and knowing that none of your tests had come back positive, I was still nervous. He also tested me for a yeast infection. Well, right there on the spot he said I had a horrible yeast infection and wrote me a prescription for 2 Diflucan pills. I was to take one (they stay in your system for 3 days) and then repeat 3 days later. He also gave me a prescription for a topical cream.
Since the ER visits, I've been to a neurologist, endocrinologist, my family doctor, a gastroenterologist, and an ear nose and throat doc. I've had an MRI and got tested for everything under the sun it seems like and everything comes back normal. I've had two Lyme tests with my blood work and both came back negative. I continue to get new symptoms daily...besides the daily pressure in my head and dizziness, I've started running low grade fevers (never higher than 99.4 F).
Have tried sudafed / Claratin / codeine cough syrup (some relief the following day for a few hours at most). I also have been battling a case of Thrush (a fungal infection of the tongue / throat) for almost as long as the smoke smell (a result of the Prednisone) taken while sick. Hope this helps. Write me at: ***@**** if you want to discuss further or have any news to share.
Sometimes I wonder what husbands are for...except making children! Be brave and be are only at the beginning! Usually the first two weeks are the worst (so it has been for me), then it starts going better, but it takes at least a month (if not more) to say bye-bye to everything! I've been told it is a sort of auto-immune reaction, i.e.
The drug that saved my life was Zigris, a $10,000 a day drug that they gave me for 96 hours. It protected my vital organs from the infection. I had to qualify for it--I had to be sick enough to need it and hopefully strong enough to pull through. During my hospital stay I had the MRSA staph infection in my big incision, a wound vac on 3 of the incisions, pneumonia and they removed 40 ounces of fluid from my right lung.
Not sure when this will happen, though, as it's the NHS (meaning things do not tend to happen promptly). At the time of the latest incident, I was on amoxicillin but no other meds continuously, although I have been taking lansoprazole at night only, for a week and a half to two weeks.