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Ear pain shooting
I want to know that due to throat cancer , Pain can lead to both ear and behind the ear and chin feels little tender , can these can be symptoms of throat cancer
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No, acute pain being referred to ear is a sign of an inflammation of the upper part of throat or base of tongue. In Cancer, pain presents very late when it is time to say goodbye, so, is very unlikely!
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Yes it can.. But your age is not fitting into cancer age group. But you need a video laryngoscopy to clear your doubts Mostly you may have a globus sensation
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