I’ve been downgraded from an ear infection to a “full-blown” ear infection. Last week, the doctor at walk-in urgent care gave me an Amoxicillin prescription and told me to come back if the symptoms didn’t improve in four or five days.
They didn’t, but I went to a different walk-in clinic this afternoon to work a second opinion into the process. The doctor gave me a prescription for Levaquin to replace the Amoxicillin.
I know, nobody cares about this. I only mention it because it reminded me of something important.
I was a consultant for many years and I’m going to share with you now one of the axioms of consulting:
Whatever the client is doing, advise them to do something else.
If whatever they’ve been doing was working, they wouldn’t need a consultant, right?
Is Levaquin “better” than Amoxicillin for ear infections? No, but you see what I’m getting at.