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Pain and weakness in the shoulder. Fluid in the ear. What is causing this?

hi my name is Ali I am 22. i have a question. i am so worried. i used to workout and i used to run 1 mile in 8 min i start feeling week and shoulder pain now my weakness is a lot better. also i smoke too sometimes. i travel sometime. i went to a doctor becuase my ear had a water in there and doctor told me it will go away. the fluid is gone but i start feeling pain outside of my ear. can you please tell me why is this happening.
Asked On : Mon, 7 Jan 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
eustachian tube catarh or blockage with middle ear infections
as the sharing of nerves is there it causes the complaints written by you
you need anti allergic tab analgesic sos
neomycin h ointment in nose bd
sea water 2 drops each nose bd
it can clear tubes of ear so relieve pain
get x ray pns waters view and if sinus get ent specialist consultation for preventing further
Answered: Sat, 5 Oct 2013
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ENT Specialist Dr. Prahlad Duggal's  Response
Fluid inside the middle ear can be because of Eustachian tube dysfunction and usually resolves by conservative treatment but if it persists, it needs the placement of a tube in the ear drum. If water was in the external auditory canal, it can lead to pain outside the ear because of inflammation. This will be relieved by antibiotic ear drops and if severe, you can take oral ciprofloxacin and analgesics along with.
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