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Taken antibiotics for middle ear infection. Now have ear pain and increased heart rate

Hello, I am an adult and recently had a middle ear infection to include glands in my neck being swollen. After two rounds of antibiotics I m finally feeling better so I went to the gym last night. I participate in a spinning class that lasts one hour and really gets the heart pumping. During the class my ear started to hurt again but the pain passed. Then during the night I awoke with some more ear pain. This morning the ear feels fine. Is there some type of connection between ears and getting the heart rate going? Thank you.
Asked On : Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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Welcome in H.C.M.
I have gone through your query regarding middle ear infection which hurt much and there appear glands in neck. By taking antibiotic pain subsided but as you attend spining classes again your ear hurt with increase in heart rate.
Your query is to know about any relationship between above events with increase in heart rate. I would like to say that pain is directly related to increase in heart rate.

With Regards.
Answered: Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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