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There are some different things to consider, with your given symptoms. First, you may have fluid in your ear. Although it has not progressed to infection, causing ear pain at this time. It is possible to feel the fluid shifting inside of your ear. Is your hearing impaired at all? Do you feel off balance? Have you had a cold recently? Next, you need to consider if you have injury to your jaw. Did you bite down on something hard that threw your jaw out of alignment? Do you grind your teeth when you sleep ? Do you have TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint Disorder)? TMJ refers to a group of conditions that can cause pain in the area of the jaw joint and surrounding tissues, causing pain, limited movement, headaches and sometimes, vision disturbances.
Diagnosis can be made by your primary doctor initially and then you may need to see your dentist or a specialist for further treatment options.
Int he meantime, apply moist heat to your jaw and ear. This will soothe the pain. You can apply ice to your jaw, eat soft foods for a while (so your jaw can rest), avoid wide yawns and gum chewing. These treatments should help relieve the symptoms for now, while you wait for an appointment with the doctor.
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