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Sudden pain, heaviness in both ears, feeling of grown gland in ear, below jaw. What is the cause?

Hi Doc, I have this sudden pain heavyness in both my ears and i can feel mould pain in both and on my right ear i have developed a very small gland like growth which is not visible but can only be felt, also on my right side under my jaw i can feel a growth sligtly bigger though not painfull. Honestly am very worried because i do not know where this is coming from. Please help me.
Asked On : Mon, 10 Sep 2012
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Dear mphiri59
Hello i am Dr Raivinder Sharma ENT surgeon. It appears that you are suffering from a viral infection of parotid salivary gland. It is aslo called as MUMPS. However there can be other causes too. I advise you to
1. Consult a ENT surgeon
2. Rest
3. Avoid contact with the others in the family as least for the next 5 to 7 days as this is a communicable disease.
I hope this answers your concern. Do let me knoe if I can help you further
with regards
Ravinder Sharma
Answered: Mon, 10 Sep 2012
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