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Sudden sharp pain behind ear
My daughter got sudden sharp pain behind left ear snd upwards to head for few seconds. it was sharp so she started crying. This happened first time last week and again Today. There is no fever or injury.
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Your daughter's age is not mentioned. However, the way you are describing, most likely it suggests a ear related cause, probably the ear drum or external canal
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You would require a proper consultation for its evaluation.
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Age of patient? Pain Could be related to brain or related to Ear.
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Will need further work up and imaging
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Could be swelling of the eardrum or middle ear.. consult an ENT surgeon
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