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Paan masala addiction, have continuous ear pain, feeling of fluid and heaviness in ear, spots in mouth. Cancer symptoms?

Dear Doctor, I have a pain in my ear for the past 3 weeks and consulted doctor too. It seems that there is some water inside the ear and can feel heaviness too. I revisted doctor today and he told me to take antiboitic and it will be cured else some need of operation. Doctor he also asked do u eat tobacco in my mouth as he found some spots of it... i dont eat tobacco but yes i do eat pan masala... does that mean i do ahve symptoms of cancer ..
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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Thanks for query,
Eating pan masala is one of the factor to develop cancer.
This time you have middle ear infection may be due to infection.This is not cancer.You consult ENT .he will examine your ear & if he found any perforation he advised you accordingly for need of Tympanplasty or Mastoidectomy.
This is not cancer but your habit of eating masala containg sopari causes irritation may lead to you towards it.
Answered: Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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