Posted: 13/06/2014 at 07:18
Clarington if you see this, Try Ear calm spray. Its got a weak sterile solution of acetic acid in (vinegar to you) and I find that when I am diving, if I use it at the first itchy bit, it stops full blown earache developing. Try painkillers as well.
Thanks Fidget - I'll go back to the chemist and see if they have some. I've stocked up with asprin which helped a little but I must confess it got so bad I resorted to rum!
Clarington, are you still doing gluten free?
When I was in Australia I noticed that the Australian Womans weekly (published once a month...what can I say) used to have a lot of gluten free recipes. You can search within their online pages. http://www.aww.com.au/food/recipe-search/results/?keyword=gluten+free&cuisineType=&cookingTime=
Lots of goodies there.
Oh wow thank you! Yes it's gluten free for life now so that'll be really useful. I shall have a read while I wait for the boiler chap to come round.
Fidget is Ear calm an over the counter thing? I often have ear problems, prob due to poking dirty gardening finger in when it tickles. I think shampoos and conditioners make mine tickle but can't have scruffy hair. If I get a cold or blocked nose I usually end up with ear ache but don't fancy ENT appointment How's your cold ?
Soz Clari got on my fav subject..me Hope your ear feels better as evening goes on.
Sounds awful. I'm deciding earache is the worst pain - I'll take a broken back and standing on Lego any time.
House a few streets away was gutted in a fire yesterday. The whole area smells really strongly of smoke - I guess not enough wind to blow it away. Inconvenient for my wanting to put the washing out but a very scary reminder how little it takes to loose everything
Hope you all have a lovely day! I'm off work fortunately. Phew!!