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Pain in ear, swollen, jaw hurts. Why? Lupus?

hi i have a very strong pain in my right ear its swollen in side my jaw hurts im nauseaus dizzy and coughing or throwing up red thick strings i have systemic lupus and pericarditis three years ago i had 3 litters of fluid that was thick string and red removed from my hear. Could this be related or what do you think is the problem. thank you.....D.J.
Asked On : Sat, 8 Sep 2012
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Welcome to health care magic forum.

Thanks for writing to us.

Pain in ear as well as swollen jaws can occur due to Inflammation of Temporo mandibular joint due to arthritis,dislocation of jaws.

Usually a clinical palpation as well as radiological investigation will help to evaluate condition underlying.

Analgesics along with muscle relaxants as well as antibiotics has to be administered in such cases.

Avoid mouth opening too widely.

Jaws has to be Immobilised for a while.

Please do visit an oral surgeon as well as E N T specialist for further concerns.

Take care.
Answered: Sat, 7 Sep 2013
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