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Tightness In Left Ear
That's a need for MD: Best solution would be to have this examined by a professional (family doctor), and throat cultured and assessed. Upper respiratory tract infections may well be due to virus, bacteria, etc. You might try using a netti-pot or nasal saline spray along with a decongestant and nsaid. This sounds like it may be due to sinus disease, in which case the above might well help. ...Read more
Swelling on face in front of left ear, pain in left temple and left forehead when try to move head quickly, pain behind left ear and neck below skull?
Jaw pain ear pain sharp pains in my head pain infront of ear pain around ear ED swelling infront of ear and under eye pain in nec what could that be?
Temperal Arteritis: Hello, you should be evaluated by a doctor ASAP (ER or Urgent Care now!). The worse case scenario would be an inflammation of a large artery in the area you describe and the need for immediate treatment with steroid pills. You would need follow up with an ENT doctor to be further evaluated. They might even biopsy the blood vessel. You could also have some other infection worth treating. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Neurologic sxs: Tinnitus is produced by the eighth cranial nerve and numbness of the face and ear is primarily the fifth cranial nerve. Those two nerves are not very closely related in the brainstem. Without further information, you would need to see your primary care doctor or a neurologist to get a more detailed history and physical exam. ...Read more
Tight forehead for years left to middle forehead .Tinnitus right ear. When i massage face or shoulders.My left ear moves up&down.Scar in front of ear
Approaches: I agree w earlier info. In addition, consider scar treatment for the scar that is anterior to your ear. It may be adhesive & respond well to acupuncture scar deactivation with or without e-stim or scar injection (not with steroids). Additionally, seeing ENT is a must for chronic tinnitus. Looks like you have already been diagnosed with stress headaches (does that mean tension headache?) you >>. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Had throbbing on right side of head in back. With soreness in neck and shoulders. Pressure in head, right ear burning eyes throbbing. Feel congested?
Chest/neck tight: Likely upper respiratory infection. May be viral or bacterial such as strep (have seen neck tightness with strep) or mycoplasma. Do you have a headache? fever?Can you bend your neck ? The neck stiffness is worrisome as could be meningitis(viral meningitis-bacterial one is very ill) . So would seek medical attention in ER as soon as possible.May need antibiotics. ...Read more
Multiple symptoms: See u pcp for evaluation and work up. ...Read more
Crackling in ears,pressure in ears, pain around & deep in ears, headaches,tenderness under ears near bottom jaw joint, neck aches shoulder aches.Tmj?
Typical TMJ symptoms: Temporo-mandibular syndrome is the second most frequent cause of orofacial pain after dental pain. Headache, pressure in ears, earache, sinus pain, neck pain and jaw pain are the common symptoms. Proper diagnosis is the key to successful treatment. See Orofacial Pain practitioner for a consultation and treatment options. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am feeling severe pain in left side of neck, head, shoulder and arm. The vein above and behind left ear in brain is stretched, head pulled to left.?
See U PCP for evalua: If u have not been seen by u physician, try to see him/her. Good luck. ...Read more
Could be cardiac: Although you are quite young, your symptoms could be consistent with a heart attack or low blood flow to the muscles of the heart. I don't know whether you have any risk factors but with this limited information I would urge you to go to your nearest emergency room or urgent care center to be evaluated immediately. ...Read more
Shar pain in right temple behind eye jaw snd ear sometimes throbbing Broke left side of jaw and car accident sometimes sitcged to left side. TMJ ??
Not enough: Not enough info to make a diagnosis. Yes, there can be traumatically induced joint dysfunction. You should be examined by an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon. ...Read more