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History of ear infections. Having ear drum retraction, pain in the jaw, numbness in cheek, nasal stuffiness. Reason?

Hi, I have a history of ear infections in my left ear. The last year or longer my left ear dm has been retracted, i can try to pop it and it feels like it inflates. my right ear is the same way now. i also have pain below the ear by the jaw on both sides. i have numbness on my left cheek have some left eye discomfort. i chew about 5 bags of sunflower seeds weekly, cracking them on the left side of mouth a handful at a time. with all of this i have nasal stuffiness daily and a history of allergies. i have seen an ent several times about the ear pain. one last thing when i blow my cheeks up on the left side below my ear near my jaw it inflates and there is a crackling squishy sound with pain? thx
Asked On : Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
YOUR ALLERGY HAVE DEVELOPED IN SINUSITIS
AS POST NASAL DRIP OF EXCESS SINUS MUCUS FALL BACK CAUSING THE PROBLEM OF EARS
THE ORGAN YOU DESCRIBED ARE IN CLOSE ASSOCIATION OFSINUS AND SHARING OF NERVES CAUSE REFERED PAINS IN AREAS
GET ENT DOCTOR ADVISE TO DIAGNOSE SINUS AND TREAT
Answered: Mon, 7 Oct 2013
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