, Sorry about this problem. She sure has a recurring bacterial infection because virus usually gives long lasting immunity and does not linger like this.
Bacterial studies like smear, swab culture of throat and even blood culture will help. It will also give result like antibiotic sensitivity to know the exact drug likely to cure, which you may have to continue of weeks.
I am afraid that by the time the GP agrees and sends her tests and they come back (if they come back) it may be too long..
I went to my paidiatrician in Greece and the child wasn't sick then but she took a swab from the throat to check and came negative so she told me no need to give her the "Claripen clarithromycin 250mg/5ml)". I had bought two bottles before leaving greece so if the results from teh test came positive I would give it to her.
What would be best, ***** ***** the amoxycilin 125mg/5ml oral suspension one 5ml spoonful 3 timmes a day days? Amoxycilin was written by teh Gp on the basis of a red ear despite teh child has no ear ache.