|In 2009, The British Medical Journal discovered that the most common antibiotic drug prescribed for childhood ear infections, Amoxicillin, actually increased a child’s likeliness of getting another ear infection more by 20%. Four years later, as you might guess, Amoxicillin is still the most commonly prescribed antibiotic for inner ear infections.|
Reporting on the findings, a health reported stated: “Antibiotics may reduce the length and severity of the initial ear infection, but may also result in a higher number of recurrent infections and antibiotic resistance.”
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