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Ear pain, headache and fever. Why does breast pain? Due to sex?

Hello! About a week ago I started getting a really bad headache behind my left ear, with a fever. The fever has gone away but I still get flushed. Also really dizzy sometimes, and a few occurrences of dizzyness. Also have been burping constantly since then, and have felt pains in my breast like mastitis. The last time I had sex was in June, and I am on the IUD . I have taken 2 pregnancy tests and both were negative. What could this be???? :(
Asked On : Sun, 30 Sep 2012
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Hello and thank you for posting your query on HCM
The ear ache, fever and dizziness you mentioned can be due to some localized ear problem. I suggest you to get your ear examined.
Burping is due to some disturbance in digestion and gas accumulation. Try to avoid heavy and spicy food.
Pain in breast can be due to several reasons. It could be due to collection of pus or fibrocystic disease of breast- a condition in which the breast tissue is converted into cysts due to hormal imbalance.
The breast pain is not associated with IUD.
In case you have developed a lump in breast then get be examined at the earliest.
Thank you.
Dr Shailja P Wahal
Answered: Mon, 1 Oct 2012
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