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Can you tell me how to relieve pressure in left ear?

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Dr. Dwight Romriell
44 years experience in Pain Management
ENT 1st consider TMJ: Ear problems need to be first considered by an ENT and if a negative finding is reached consider the possibility of a TMJ condition.
Answered on Jul 8, 2014

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