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Pharynx (Definition)

It is the connection between the mouth and the throat. The 3 parts are the oropharynx, nasopharynx, and hypo-pharynx. The pharynx leads into the ...Read more


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I have a lot of pain in the right side of my throat & ear. Also I'm feeling very tired, I smoke shisha daily & cig's sometimes. ?

I have a lot of pain in the right side of my throat & ear. Also I'm feeling very tired, I smoke shisha daily & cig's sometimes. ?

Throat and Ear pain: Greetings. Throat and Ear pain should be evaluated by your ENT doctor. He/She could view your nasal and Throat area with an endoscope to give a clear view. Once a diagnosis is found, then treatment can begin. ...Read more

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My symptoms; jaw pain right side with ear throat and gum pain. Hurts worse lying.Same time every night. Lasts for hours. Nausea. Pain meds don't help?

My symptoms; jaw pain right side with ear throat and gum pain. Hurts worse lying.Same time every night. Lasts for hours.  Nausea. Pain meds don't help?

Jaw pain: You have all the symptoms of an acute infection, although there are other possibilities. It is impossible to say for sure without a clinical examination and x-rays. You should see your dentist or an oral surgeon asap. ...Read more

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I have moderate pain in my right ear and right side of throat. How should i treat this?

Ear/throat pain: First figure out what causes the pain. It could be TMJ, ear infection, inflamed tonsil, salivary gland, or other things - all of which are treated very differently but unfortunately give you the same pain and symptoms. A PCP visit is reasonable for an exam. An ENT or oral surgeon is a good option if available. ...Read more

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Pain in right side of the throat and tongue, as well as difficulty sometimes in swallowing saliva,accompanied sometimes by pain in the right ear?

Pain in right side of the throat and tongue, as well as difficulty sometimes in swallowing saliva,accompanied sometimes by pain in the right ear?

Need diagnosis: The symptoms could be a viral infection, but it is safest to see an ENT Doctor for a specific diagnosis and treatment. The symptoms could be an inflammation of the base of the tongue, the tonsil or the posterior pharyngeal wall. This problem requires a diagnosis by a physician. ...Read more

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bump inside of my ear for 3 months. Recently I have had lump feeling on right side of throat that comes and goes. Not sure if related or to worry?

 bump inside of my ear for 3 months.  
Recently I have had lump feeling on right side of throat that comes and goes.  Not sure if related or to worry?

Persistent bumps: Unlikely that these 2 bumps are related. Both should be examined by a physician/dentist if persistent, painful, bleeding or if you have symptoms of fever, weight loss or sweats. The ear bump is likely a sebaceous cyst and the oral bump is likely a mucous gland that is irritated. I hope this is helpful and of course it is hard to tell from your description as the possibilities are many. ...Read more

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Pain in right ear and right side of throat - went away, swollen bumps on back right side of head and neck. ?

Pain in right ear and right side of throat - went away, swollen bumps on back right side of head and neck. ?

?? lymph nodes??: These may be swollen lymphatic nodes that drain debris from the areas that were infected. They may take longer to resolve. If not improved within several weeks please consult with your provider. ...Read more

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Muscle spasm that start in my right ear go down right side of throat and into chest. What could this be? It is on and off.

Reflux: One consideration would be referred pain with the sensation of muscle spasm from acid reflux. If the problem persists or worsened see your doctor. At 28 in the absence of valvular heart disease, fever, infection, or autoimmune vasculitis there is not much chance this could be cardiac in origin. One rare cause of muscle spasm in the back of the throat is glossopharyngeal neuralgia. ...Read more

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