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Left sided throat inflamed since bout of strep throat with frequent headaches, ear pain. Cause of symptoms?

i got strep throat about a year ago and the left side of my throat has been inflamed since then. It doesnt hurt but my neck does. I dont know if it can cause these symptoms but ive been having frequent headaches , ear aches, my temples hurt and the side of my face hurts under the ears. What could be causeing my throat to swell and can it cause these symptoms?
Asked On : Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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Hello I am Dr Ravinder Sharma. On the basis of information provided it appears that you have a focus of infection in your throat or tonsils. I would advise you for a ENT consultation and a throat swab to come to the diagnosis. Pain in ear may be related or unrelated to your throat problem. Examination of ear will help in reaching the correct diagnosis.

I hope this answers your concerns. Feel free to contact me if you want further information about it
With regards
Ravinder Sharma
Answered: Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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