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Hit on back of ear. Bruise, bump on bone, hurting jaw, ringing ear, neck pain. Will recover?

I went to turn my head and get up and hit the back of my eardrum on a barbell. It broke the skin open a bit and a marble/golf ball sized bump on the bone behind my ear. My jaw hurts and the ear all the way to the front of my ear aches. I have ringing slightly in that ear and there seems to be pain running down my left side of my neck. Will it go away?
Asked On : Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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Hello Friend
Welcome to H.C.M
Friend I can suggest you to consult the Specialist as on examination the findings may be different and line of treatment may have to be changed. presently there is need to rule out ant trauma to the Tympanic membrane and the ossicles which are responsible for hearing. Please don’t hesitate to consult and ask for any more query. i will be pleased to answer.
With best wishes for a speedy cure
Yours sincerely
The Health Caremagic Medical Team
Answered: Sun, 23 Jun 2013
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