How do medications treat ear disorders?

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Medications can make a difference in ear disorders. If a person is suffering from a bacterial ear infection, antibiotics may clear up the source of the infection. Certain diseases, such as Meniere's disease, may respond to diuretics that decrease fluid retention. Other medications address the nausea and vomiting that can be associated with inner ear disorders.

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