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Noises in ear and pain in temple on oppistite side of the swelling lymph nodes

I have a tooth that is pulling away from the gums dont no if this is causing the swelling of my lymph nodes but i have one behind the ear one behind the head on same side which is all right side one on pulse and one right under ear on jaw bone i went to an ent and he said that they are small but i have been to him 3 times and he will not do a biopsy on them what should i do i have pain all the way down my jaw all the time! the one behind my ear and on my pulse has been there for about 7 years i am 24 years old and on the oppisite side no swelling lymph nodes but noises in ear and pain in temple on oppistite side of the swelling IS THIS DANGEROUS!
Asked On : Thu, 18 Mar 2010
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi.....Stacy..,

welcome toHCM..,

Thanks for query...,

Swelling of lymph nodes after removal of teeth is common...,

The swelling persists more than 7 years is not good sign...,

Generally ...the swelling of nodes will slowly disappears after 3 months..

after removal of teeth......

So consult good Physician to evaluate the problem...,

They will evaluate by doing...Blood..ESR other important indices..,

o.k ...good luck..
Answered: Tue, 29 Nov 2011
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  Anonymous's Response

Get your tooth problem fixed first dude..the lymph nodes wil be fine..Meet a dentist fisrt and then consider going to your ENT.

Answered: Mon, 5 Apr 2010
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