Can allergies cause ear and throat pain?

Maybe. These are not typical symptoms of a food allergy, but may go along with other symptoms. Any true food allergy can cause a range of symptoms..An itchy rash is probably most common..But some people get nausea, diarrhea or if severe, even breathing problems. See an allergist to be tested, so you can verify your symptoms are an allergy(ie. Not an intolerance or other problem) and to help determine how.

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Can ear pain from TMJ be perceived as throat pain? Dr diagnosed me with TMJ but I can feel an achy feeling above tonsil in upper mouth. Allergies?

TMJ pain. TMJ pain can cause ear pain, but it can independently cause throat pain as well depending on which nerves are irritated when the joint is rubbing. So it's not really ear pain masquerading as throat pain, but actual throat pain. Allergies could also cause throat pain, so it's important to sort out what is causing the symptoms to appropriately treat it. Read more...
Yes, but. That can be one of the symptoms associated with TMJ but not the primary symptom. If throat pain is the primary pain, see an ENT doc to make sure you don't have a serious throat prpblem. Read more...

Can non-food allergies cause sore throat, that seems to resonance in the ear, jaw, chest, and mouth?

Non-food allergy . Pollen, grass, cat/dog and dust allergies may cause sore throat in addition to a stuffy, +/- runny nose, depending on how they affect an allergy sufferer. When your nose is stuffy, it can "affect" your vocal quality or how you hear internal and external sounds. Kind of like when you have a cold. Read more...
Possible. Season and year round allergens can cause a myriad of problems. Nasal symptoms: itchiness, sneezing, post nasal drip, sore throat, nasal stuffiness. Ear: stuffiness, popping , itchiness; eyes: itchy, red watery chest: cough, shortness of breath, wheezing. Read more...
Yes, secondarily. A strong exposure to an airborne allergen can cause drainage which when snorting, mouth breathing, throat clearing, then cause throat soreness. I have personally had heavy exposure to dust mite (a borrowed pillow) and woke up the next morning with a raw throat. Read more...