I got my son out of bed to get him to this doctor. I told her that he has ear infection, and asked for antibiotics. In my opinion, this antibiotics should have been prescribed fours days earlier. Finally, after 10pm he gets a prescription for amoxicillin, the simplest antibiotics possible. However, there is nowhere a place to fulfill this prescription, no pharmacy is open, and my son is very sick all night, because he was only given a useless piece of paper with the subscription, but no actual medication available.
What good was it to drag my son there at night? What is the point of keeping this place open 24 hours if the simplest medication is not available?
Why is it not standard to prescribe antibiotics for ear infection, in particular if this comes after a week of fever with flu?
Some protocols need to be revised in this country.