Earache medicine is the name of a class of medicines designed to relieve earache symptoms and prevent inflammation of the ear, nose, and throat.

It is a common way to relieve symptoms of ear infections, ear infections associated with allergies, ear pain and inflammation.

Some doctors believe earache medicine should be prescribed more frequently, but there is a consensus among medical professionals that it is not necessary to always prescribe it.

If you or someone you know has any symptoms of pain or discomfort in the ear due to earache, we want to hear from you.

Earache Medicine FAQs about Earache medicines The following answers are based on information from the American Academy of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery (AOAHS) Earache Dictionary, which was written by the AOAHS for its members.

Do not use these answers to prescribe earache medicines.

Your health care provider can help you understand the answers to your questions about earache.

What are the main differences between earache and ear infection?

The most common earache symptom is mild ear pain, which usually lasts from several days to several weeks, and may include: pain in the upper back