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Had cold, sore throat, congestion. Now, unable to pop left ear, pain above right eye. Solution?

I think i have had a cold for the last couple weeks because I have been severly congested and had a sore throat for a few days. The sore throat has gone away for the most part unless my throat gets dry, but now i am unable to pop my left ear and still congested and also have a shooting pain above my right eye. I do not know what to do? :(
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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hi dear...
pain in the ear,or decrease hearing in one or both ears is common in throat infection....ears have a connection with the throat through tubes,so in throat infection when these tubes are blocked by edema.air pr changes in the ear,which cause ear symptoms....
feeling pain in the face or in the roof of orbit means sinus involement.....
so take good antibiotics,like augmentin ot claricid 500 mg along with nasal will be better soon...
Answered: Sun, 18 Aug 2013
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