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Papillae causes burning sensation
Papillae near the tonsil area causes buring or some sensation (can't describe it properly) in the right ear sometimes. I think papillae in touching and causing irritation. What to do ?? Is it serious?
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Stop eating spicy oily food ,   drink plenty of water , better to show to ENT consultant for detailed history and oral examination
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