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How can ear pain cause by usage of phone be treated ?

My left ear is paining due to talking in phone continiously...sometimes i can feel the pain high. I was talking in phone daily from morning onwords some time i use phone for 2-3 hours continiously on daily basis. Can this be a problem and is it very serious?. Is there any tablets are any ear drops to solve this problem...Please help
Asked On : Tue, 1 May 2012
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With the history provided by you it is difficult to say what exactly is the reason for your ear pain. More details are needed like your age, your profession, how long this pain is there, what type of phone you use, was there any earlier ear problem, is there any nose or throat problem at present etc.
It is not a serious problem.
Without knowing what exactly is causing your symptom it is not possible to suggest any tablet or ear drops.
So please show to an ENT specialist who can examine and find out the reason for your problem and treat it rightly
Wish you good health
Answered: Tue, 1 May 2012
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