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Have pain from neck to head, dizziness and unable to walk straight. Cause and cure?

Hi I have been experiencing a severe pain in the left side of my neck that permeates up to my jaw to my eye and my head - i have had a trobbing headache for two days. i am extremely dizzy and had trouble walking straight. PA told me it was an infection and prescribed antibotics for ten days. I feel horrible and the pain is in the neck where you can feel your pulse . It is pulsating very profoundly. the back of my neck is tight and I have a feeling of being in a fog.
Asked On : Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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The symptoms suggest that this is an infection in the middle ear or vestibular organ on that side. Antibiotics are needed but treatment should include something for the vertigo and pain medication. You will need rest and keeping your head as still as possible will help. You are going to have to be patient as this will take the best part of a week to improve.
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