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Have pain below right ear lobe and back. Have itchiness on left side of back. Solution?

i have pain just below my right ear lobe/ lymph and at one particular point of back there ispain i am unable sit strainght or hunch, and there is a sharp itching at the left side of back, there is nothing as far as the skin is concern, but itching and pain now and then persists., all these symptoms in any way related to pain in ear lobe/lymph?, please clarify
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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hi..thanks for using HCM..
you have infection of ear lobe, probably causing painful lymphadenopathy..
need to take antibiotics, both oral and local, analgesics...see your physician for this..
you have back pain, sharp, associated with postures change.. could be paraspinal muscle spasm.. becuase of bad postures in working place..
see your physiotherapist for this.. also do regular back exercises for this..
all the very best..
Answered: Fri, 12 Jul 2013
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