My twin sister ',' (http://tinyurl.com/t7eou ) has had an ear infectio
for almost 2 weeks now '.' (http://tinyurl.com/y39sq5 )!
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the dr and they are giving he Pills for it but nothing seems to work
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these ear inflammation this time of year.
I was wondering if anyone else has had this problem and what you did t
I've suggested to put ear plugs in ears when she is around water t
keep water out of her ears to see if that helps but she will not d
that.I would appreciate any help.
Forgive me for asking, but what are all those tinyurl links throughout your
post? Tinyurl has been used in the past to blindly forward people to
malevolent web pages, so some of us are loath to click such links.
I'm also wondering what all this has to to with gardening of the edible
kind, but that's another question for another time.
Gary Woods AKA K2AHC- PGP key on request, or at home.earthlink.net/~garygarlic
Zone 5/6 in upstate New York, 1420' elevation. NY WO G
You needn't fear tinyurls any more because you can set tinyurl's site to show
you the target url and allow you to decide whether to access that site or not.
Just go to http://tinyurl.com/ and click on 'Preview Feature' in the menu on the
left side of the screen.
Although this doesn't have much to do with gardening (growing fungus
in the ear?), and all thos tinyurl links are very suspicious, and your
sister must not be too bothered by the ear infections or she would be
using ear plugs... I'll take a chance and tell you what fixed my ear
problems (swimmer's ear). First, always keeping water out of the ear,
including in the shower and when swimming. If you get it in the ear,
use a hair dryer to blow the ear channel dry (30 secs per ear). And
the main thing that fixed me was mixing rubbing alcohol with vinegar,
half and half, and putting it in my ear with an eye dropper. I did
that as many times as i could remember each day and it really cured a
vexing 1 year old problem.
Fungus apparently doesn't like an acid environment...i've also
confirmed that by getting rid of a 15 year athletic foot problem, by
soaking the feet in a 1:3 (vinegar:water) solution.
I'm also exploring using very strong vinegar (20%) to get rid of
poison oak, anyone have a comment on that.
On Tue, 14 Nov 2006 22:18:53 +0000, allexandr00
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