Ear pain Overview
Ear pain usually refers to the internal pain called “earache”. Ear pain may also sometimes refer to physical pain of the ear’s cartilage structure, or pain in the external region near the ear. For the causes of internal ear pain, read more about: Earache.
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- Outer Ear Infection: An outer ear infection, also called “otitis externa” or “swimmer’s ear”, is an infection of the outer ear canal
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- Foreign body: A “foreign body” in medicine refers to a piece of something artificial that is “foreign” to the body. It might
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- Earache: Earache is an awful type of pain from the inside of the ear. The most common cause of acute earache
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- Pain: Pain is a very common symptom that can affect almost any region of the body. Common types of pain include
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