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Ear pain, locked jaw, sore throat, difficulty swallowing, neck pain, headache, fever, bad breath

I have been experiencing an ear ache, locked jaw, sore throat , can t swallow , neck pain , fever, headache , loss of smell and bad breath. I have had all of these symptoms except for the sore throat for a long time. The sore throat happened on Thursday (Thanksgiving) morning and before the end of the day, I could not swallow.
Asked On : Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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Hi there,
It looks like you have had an ear infection that spread and gave you a sore throat. If i was your doctor i would recommend you to start antibiotics as soon as possible. Once your ear ache will settle down all other symptoms will vanish themself. For the sore throat i will recommend u to do saline gargles with luke warm water at least twice daily. it will help you swallow your food easily.
Dr. Ammar.
Answered: Fri, 25 Oct 2013
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