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Ear pain, gland and jaw sore. Why pains and headaches?

I am very worried. I have been having ear pain on and off for the last week and then i noticed it was sore to touch the gland in the middle of my neck (left of adams apple) and under my jaw. i looked at back of throat and noticed a white sack like thing hanging and attached to near my right tonsil . I have tried to pull it off but wont come.the pain in my neck has gone but still having full ear feeling and sharp pains in my ears and headaches . what could this be. I dont think its tonsil stones as it is not hard but like a piece of white skin hanging.
Asked On : Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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THIS IS ACUTE SINUSITIS
THE POST NASAL DRIP CAN CAUSE LYMPH NODE SWELLING IN NECK OR SUBANDIBULAR LN AS IN YOUR CASE
POSTERIORLY THE DRIP CAN CAUSE SWELLING OF TONSILS AND UVULA
AND POST NASAL DRIP CAN CAUSE BLOCKING OF EUSTACHIAN TUBE SO HEAVINESS IN EARS
TAKE METROGYL 200 BD
TAB ALLEGRA 10 MGM BD
TAB FLUNARAZINE 5 MGM NIGHTSYP MUCAINE GEL 2 TSF TDS
TAKE DICLOFENIC SOS FOR HEADACHE
DO FOR 3 WEEK AS SWELLING TAKES TIME TO HEAL
Answered: Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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