Headache, brain fog, ear ache, pressure all on one side of head?

Doctor can evaluate. In an older child or adult, pressure on one side of the head, with some earache, can be from an ear infection, a sinus infection, or some problem inside the throat. A doctor can evaluate to see if antibiotics are needed. Occasionally, shingles can happen on the head and cause theses symptoms (antiviral medicine is the treatment). Sometimes, migraine headaches can cause similar symptoms to these.
Sinuses? Allergies? The symptoms can be a few things and they can be centered either in the ear or nose. You may have allergies or a sinus infection or a combination of both. You also may have a viral cold. If it has been going on for more than a week, see a physician.

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Brain fog. Ear ache. Tooth ache. Pressure on one side of head. What could this be? A

See a doctor. Could be tooth, or sinus infection, or many other dangerous and not dangerous things. Go see a doctor and get examined. Read more...
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Too many. Too many possibilities to be answered here. You require 2 concurrent examinations. See your Dentist to evaluate for tooth, sinus, gum, TMJ, etc. See your Physician to evaluate for Ear, sinus, neurologic, systemic, etc. Treatment or referrals may be indicated. Can't fix you over the computer. Not a DIY project. Please seek professional hands-on care. Read more...

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Sinus related. Although everything is possible, the symptoms you experienced are more likely related to your sinus problem and deviated septum -rather than brain tumor. Go to see your md/ ENT to get treated. Get some decongestant, nasal spray, humidifier etc- as they may help. Read more...

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I have nasal/facial pressure and I feel it in my head it happens often there's no congestion, no headache, no ear ache what could this be &how to fix?

Facial pressure. If you're feeling facial pressure, as well as nasal pressure, that is an indication that there is congestion or swelling of the mucous membrane in the nose and or sinuses. This could be a non-allergic, allergic, or infectious rhinosinusitis condition to name a few causes. There could be anatomic issues that are affecting nasal and sinus drainage. See an otolaryngologist for full evaluation. . Read more...