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Pain at left side of throat and ear
I have persistent slight pain at the left side of the throat(perhaps left side lymph node) and left ear. It has been there for the last 1 year or so. I have shown this to 2 ENT doctors, and they said its nothing serious, and just gave me medicines. But that has not helped. The pain is not acute but it is slightlydiscomforting while swallowing. It feels that left side of throat is slightly blocked when I swallow. This pain enhances a lot more when I go out in wind like riding bike and running. Please help what could be the possible reason. I hope this is not CANCER. I am very worried. I want this pain to go away forever. Note: I have allergy, i dont know from what. But my IgE test showed 510 iu/ml
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This can be due to glossopharyngeal neuralgia ...or chronic tonsillitis , however less likely at ur age cancer ... Still need more details of the condition as this requires proper examination... Plz visit an ent specialist for second opinion
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I will suggest to get one throat endoscopy checkup to rule out all possibilities
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