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Causes Of Ear Pain When You Stick Your Finger In Ear
Having loss of lordosis.neck stiffness.Pain in left arm from neck to finger,back pain,ear pain,dizziness,headache,breast pain.can it cause chest pain?
Fibromyalgia ?: 22/f with neck & back pain, arm pain with radiculopathy, dizziness, headaches, and chest/breast & ear pains has symptom constellation compatible with fibromyalgia. The pain patterns cross several unrelated soft tissue systems. See a Rheumatologist for a diagnosis & an Osteopath for soft tissue differential diagnosis. ...Read more
22f.have loss of lordosis.pain in left arm from neck to finger,back pain,chest pain,left ear pain,dizziness,headache,weakness.sufferning from anxiety nowadays.feeling weakhearted after fights.mentally am not stable.
Sore throat feels like razor blades when swallowing, yellow spot, headache, ear pain face hot fingers cold. Same issue 2 weeks ago. What could be wrong?
Can tmj cause difficulty swallowing ear pain headache pain at base of head like where the little nubs as i call them stick out
on one side espically when ear starts to hurt?
Rule out ear problem: Ruling out ear infection is especially important so that the possibility of hearing loss can be avoided. Also it is important that your physician rule out the possibility of infection the ear first before making the assumption that the problem is related to TMJ. See your PCP. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What are the causes of ear pain when walking, carrying heavy loads of material or simply by shaking our bodies?
Ear pain: probably fluid in your ears may be one cause ...Read more
Ear vs TMJ: Most common cause of ear pain is infection. Can be other ear problems. Most common cause of ear pain not due to ear is jaw joint (TMJ) problem. See ENT doc. If negative for ear pain, have oral surgeon examine jaw joint. If positive, see TMJ expert. Get referral from oral surgeon ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tough problem: Chronic ear pain tends to be a frustrating problem as it is difficult to diagnose and management strategies do involve trial and error method at times. Temporomandibular disorders often cause chronic ear pain. Other causes include inflammation of the jaw joint/s, headache disorders, salivary gland disease, and ear infections. Some medical illnesses can also exhibit ear pain. ...Read more
Ear Pain: Infections (internal and external), ear wax, throat infections, vascular issues, TMJ problems, dental infections, salivary gland problems and numerous other diagnoses can be involved. See your doctor who may refer you to an ENT specialist in some cases. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Complex question: Ear pain or otalgia can be caused by a variety of diseases. Ear infection, masticatory muscle spasm, neck pain, referred pain from the throat, or larynx are a few. Another entity associated with both ear pain and headache is inflammation of the temporal artery (temporal arteritis). Jaw joint pain can refer pain to the head. Migraine is a possibility. Lack of hearing loss rules out the ear. ...Read more
Tough problem: Chronic ear pain tends to be a frustrating problem as it is difficult to diagnose and management strategies do involve trial and error method at times. Temporomandibular disorders often cause chronic ear pain. Other causes include inflammation of the jaw joint/s, headache disorders, salivary gland disease, and ear infections. Some medical illnesses can also exhibit ear pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Eustachian tube: When you swallow, there is an opening of the tube that connects the back of the nose to the middle ear space. This is the eustachian tube. It is possible that the tube is more patent (open) than normal. Or you may have throat infection that refers pain to the ear. Pain referred to the ear from the throat may be the source of your problem. See and ENT doctor. ...Read more
Rule out dental pain: I recently answered this question. But I am happy to repeat my suggestion. There are many structures at the side of the face. The ear is only one. The jaw joint, the jaw muscles, teeth, nerves and blood vessels are located at the side of the face but people always assume that pain at the side of the face is coming from the ear. If there is no hearing loss, think of dental or jaw muscles. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
This is called ...: Referred pain. The pain centers in the throat and ear and TMJ are close enough that disease in one area can produce pain in the others. Ear pain does not usually refer to the throat however, it usually the other way. Some one with tonsillitis or a cancer in the throat will often complain of ear pain. ...Read more