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If you believe that any content appearing on this site infringes on your copyright, please let me know right away. If you believe that any content appearing on this site infringes on your copyright, please let us know. She doesn't per se get ear infections anymore, or at least they don't hurt like a bitch like they used to pre-tubes, but she does get them, and it's usually when her ears look like what your daughter's look like. She's been dealing with the crusty, dark drainage for a few weeks now, on and off, and it'll switch ears. I also notice that if I tug on her ear a certain way when I am putting in the drops, she hates that even more and will tense up and try to push my hands away. Either way, she doesn't ever like me putting the drops in but never screams, only whines and complains.
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My older son had 2 sets of tubes and the only time his ears looked bloody like that was after the surgeries. I know when I first saw it happen to my daughter, I freaked out and then freaked even more out when I saw the blood. I think it's just that she doesn't like the feeling and then having to lay there for a few minutes.
I can tell if her ear is really bothering her when I give her a bath and go to clean it with a washcloth and she pulls away fast and is reluctant to me touching it after that because I think it's sore or something.
Last nite I noticed some discharge in the ear so I put medicane the medicane they said to put in it for ear infections.
I'm hoping we don't have to do any surgery because she would have to take them out and she would be devastated. Problem is, I would give her the drops for a few days and when she seemed better, I would stop.

We've realized now it's affecting her hearing because there is so much crap in there so she's being seen by her pedi on Wednesday because I refused to wait until the end of October to get into ENT and hopefully she'll be able to clean them out at least, and maybe talk to ENT to get her seen earlier.
I don't want this affecting her hearing long-term, and it's been going on for a few weeks now. We were at a family practice doctor this morning and he said that's not good because the bacteria in there that could have been left over after I stopped drops, got stronger and essentially can become resilient to the antibiotic, thus, it won't work in the future.
Instead of the fluid pooling inside their ear, with the tubes now it tends to come out the ear - just a type of draining.

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