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Left ear pain, rhinitis, difficulty breathing, swollen left collarbone. Cancer symptoms?

I am going to see an ent specialist next week. My left ear hurts and I have rhinitis which makes it hard to breathe especially at night. My left collarbone closest to the throat is quite swollen. I am concerned. When I look on the Internet all I read about is cancer or lymphoma . My email address is YYYY@YYYY .
Asked On : Tue, 4 Dec 2012
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Welcome to health care magic forum,
When patient is suffering from rhinitis sometimes Eustachian tube (connection between throat and ear) is partially block due to secretion or swelling which leads to ear pain, tinnitus, some times giddiness also. Some times due to more infection temporary local lymph node enlarged which shown swelling and occasionally pain also.
so what you are suffering is common with severe recurrence rhinitis. and nothing to worry about cancer or lymphoma. Just take treatment for rhinitis and avoid thing which causing more problems like, cold food, cold drinks, etc.
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Answered: Tue, 4 Dec 2012
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