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Ear pain, bump in throat, difficulty in swallowing, neck pain. Reason?

I have ear pain that I think may be an ear infection . A couple of days after the pain started a noticed a bump on the same side as the ear pain in my throat that has like a white head. The pain can be unbearable sometimes and it hurts to swallow I m also starting to get a little neck pain . What do you think it could be??
Asked On : Mon, 13 Aug 2012
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
your malady seems to be an acute infection of the tonsil.
Your earache is referred pain resulting from acute tonsillitis.
Lymph glands in the neck get enlarged due to infection of tonsil; the two contribute to neck pain.
But don't you worry, it is not a dangerous condition.
Start warm saline gargle.
Avoid cold foods.
Take easily palatable soft diet.
Take a cough linctus.
Get a total and differential count of blood, ESR and an ASO Titre done.
Take the reports to an ENT Specialist and take his/her expert advice.
Take care.
Answered: Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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