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Ear fullness and pain. Headache above eyebrow, neck and ear pain. Should I be worried?

I have had ear fullness and on and off pain in it for a couple years now, always attributed it to allergies. But a couple of weeks ago the ear pain got worse, then subsided again. But since, I ve been getting daily headaches above my left eyebrow on the same side as that ear as well as in my neck and back of my head on that side. Should I be worried?
Asked On : Sun, 16 Sep 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
the allergies have converted into chronic sinusitis
if it is o long time and is not curing stop all milk and diary products strictly
it is post nasal drip which causes full ness of ears
take tab metrogyl 200 mgm bd
tab allegra 120 mgm twice a day
tab rhinitidine 150 mg, in morning
tab flunarazine 5 mgm night
no stean,no ear/nasal drops
apply neospori h eye onitment in nose ear
continue 3 week
get xray pns done
get blood serum tested for food items and go for slit therapy
for permanent cure
Answered: Sun, 16 Sep 2012
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