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Costochondritis, pain above breast and travels to neck area, hurts in ear while swallowing, melatoxin no effect, ibuprofen

I have costochondritis . The pain is on left side above breast and travels to neck area and i have something going on in my ear. It hurts when i swallow too. Not like a sore throat . When food passes the area. The melatoxin he gave me doesnt work. Seems like otc of ibuprofen works best. Is it normal for the pain to travel n the neck and ear area?
Asked On : Thu, 3 May 2012
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it feels that there is some sprain in the sternocleidomastoid muscle which runs from the neck to the back of the ear and hence the pain
Also a dental pain or an ear pain can be reffered to the neck
So please see an ENT physician and get the ear and neck checked for any other problem
Answered: Tue, 29 Oct 2013
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