Been fighting on with this for well over a week now with over the counter medication and it's just not cutting it. Tried making an appointment with our family doctor and couldn't get in for over a week to see him. Tried to get in to see the nurse practitioner again a week to see her.
So I gave in and went to our local walk-in clinic. I have to say I had a pleasant experience. The doctor was super nice. I "only" waited 1 1/2 hours, which may seem like a lot but for a walk-in that is pretty good going. If I had gone to our family doctor, it's an hour to drive there; an hour to drive home and anything up to an hour waiting to see him. So probably a three hour experience.
Turns out I have congestion on my ears and boy are they sore. So another nasal spray for me for the next two weeks. I was concerned if my ears don't clear up before we fly to the UK I would be in severe pain flying. So fingers, toes and everything else crossed my ears will have dried up well before we fly.
Do you have good or bad experiences when using a walk-in clinic?
Talking of ears, some songs can be "earworms," as they get stuck in your head. So if they bother you, don't watch this Youtube video!!