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Throbbing pain behind ear, chest pain, headaches. Causes for symptoms?

Hi, I m 15 and I ve been getting a weird throbbing pain behind my right ear. It the throbbing happens every few seconds but it wears off within a few minutes. I also sometimes get an odd pain feeling in my chest at the same time (it seems to be at the same time as I breathe in and out but that may just be coincidental). I also often get auras followed by headaches . I m not sure if it s related but I though I d add it anyway. Thanks
Asked On : Wed, 7 Nov 2012
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Hi. Such throbbing pain is likely to be related to either a ear infection if you have any ear symptoms like ear block, reduced hearing or discharge from your. Since you have a history of migraine headache, it may be also that it is just a part of the migraine symptoms which you experience. Chest pain is unlikely to be related as you yourself seem to discount it and seems to be insignificant based on your expression. Thank you.
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