My 2 year old son was the same way! I can't even tell you how many ear infections he had before he even turned a year old, and I was concerned about how often he had to be given antibiotics. We chose to have tubes put in his ears and it was the right decision for us. He didn't have another ear infection for a full year! He has gotten only 2 since then, and that's just because sometimes the tubes can get plugged. Also, are they giving her oral antibiotics or ear drops? Switching types may help ease your mind about the amount she is given. Just be aware that if you choose tubes she will not be able to submerge her ears. For baths she would have to let you dump water over her head or take a shower, unless you use earplugs. Hope this helps!