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I've had scalp ear skin infections for 12 years fungal bacterial.i use anti fungal shampoo on scalp and anti bacterial,however my scalp is oily itchy .my ears are both painful coliforms found April ,I've had 9 lots drops Socrates promise gentomencin and amoxycillin once .now pain is UP in ear ,swab taken from inside normal .but pain is awful and down shoulder causing to shake,all at same time I get u t is fungal gut infection and rashes ( folliculitis) I'm at wit's end and in do much pain

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    This does not sound like a Neurological disorder.

    This sounds like you need to see your General Practicioner for some medication to clear the infections.

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      Thank you I've had antifungal tablets ie flucanazloe over the years but condition returns ,fungal infection on underarm .itchy scalp feet rashes on back .utis and the ear infections for 12 years .swab done April showed Coliform build up ,but Gentomencin drops nor sofradex or otomise drops didn't help I also had 5 days of Amoxycillin ,I think I need a long course of anti fungal and antibiotic but drs just don't give them I'm at wit's end ,pressure in ears and pain going down shoulder and up face

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      Maybe you need ear tubes?

      My friend at work in his 50's needed them because he kept getting ear infections.

      Ear infections can be very debilitating.

      I hope you get relief.

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      yes, and good luck.

      I don't think it is anything major.

      I am not a health professional.....but, my mother is a Nurse...I have had many medical problems in my family....and alot of medical discussions with Drs....and I worked in the Pharmaceutical industry.

      I studied to be a Nurse..never completed it.

      I am a Medical Assistant...(certified) but not working.

      So..I do know some stuff.

      Call your GP.

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