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Why Do My Ears Hurt So Bad
Probably not ears: There are many structures at the side of the face besides the ears. Bending over should not cause any ear pressure or pain. You may have referred pain from the jaw joint or possibly pain in the neck referred to the side of the face. If an ENT doctor can document that the ear drum, middle ear, and ear canal are normal, you will then rule out the ear as a source of your pain. ...Read more
Not sure: Please give more details...Any changes in color? Any lesions? Any swelling? There is a condition called burning mouth syndrome that can be quite bothersome. For a good review of this disorder please visit http://www.Nidcr.Nih.Gov/oralhealth/topics/burning/burningmouthsyndrome.Htm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Eustachian tube: The tube that drains mucous from your middle ear is likely swollen. It can open and close when you chew or "pop" your ear and such maneuvers allow the air in and the pressure change can be uncomfortable. This will usually resolve over time as the swelling goes down.Ibuprofen should help for the pain.If it in not improving gradually, have it checked. ...Read more
Excess stom acidity: Why do my stomach muscles hurt so bad? Most likely cause is the excess acid release in the stomach. Acid is normally released but in some people a larger than normal amount of it starts to affect the lining of the stomach, causing severe pain in the area above the belly button. Meds to reduce the acid amount is helpful. ...Read more
Head hurts: Some common conditions that can cause headache are migraine, tension headache, sinus headache, coffee or alcohol withdraw, high blood pressure, diabetes, medication interactions...please see your doctor as needed. If it is new and getting worse everyday, you should see your doctor sooner rather than later. ...Read more
Intertrigo: intertrigo is a condition where yeast grows between or under the breasts, due to the collected and moisture in the area. see your doctor for an exam and some prescription bodywash or shampoo to get rid of the yeast. Alternatively, you can try to keep the area dry with powder. ...Read more
Could be ulcer: Heartburn that severe probably should be evaluated by your primary care physician. While it may be just heartburn, pain radiating to the chest and back can be a sign of an ulcer, including one that could be going deep into the back part of the stomach. Other serious causes of abdominal pain that goes to the back can be serious problems such as an abdominal aneurysm. Best to be seen. ...Read more
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