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Cold, sinus, ear pain, sore throat, difficulty opening jaw. Treatment?

Got sick on 9th with cold, sinus , ear ache, sore throat , fever-went to Dr on 12th. All viral no step (kids were home with strep ). Fevers stopped 22nd. Still have sore throat at night and am and a sore tongue down the sides in my throat. Can t take my tongue and swipe over my teeth and I cannot open my left jaw wide enough to bite food. My left ear comes and goes with can t hear because it is full of something. Breathing is no problem.
Asked On : Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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Your symptoms can be because of left sided residual infective problem may be an abscess formation in that region which has got walled off but not resolved completely with the medicines you have taken. The ear symptoms can be because of fluid collection in the middle ear. You should consult ENT especially as you are having problem with opening your jaw. Regards.
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