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Often times when the ear is exposed to the cold you get a sudden change in the blood vessels in the ear -- and this can cause pain.
However, this pain tends to get better when rewarmed.
Sinus infections, dental issues, TMJ syndrome, neuralgias involving cranial nerves, temporary irritation of the nerve, perhaps set off by the exposure to the cold weather are other possible causes.
If your symptoms are recurrent then a clinical examination by an ENT specialist should be considered.
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Yes,ear pain can recur when you get cold exposure due to all these causes( sudden change in the blood vessels in ear,sinus infections, dental issues, TMJ syndrome, neuralgias involving cranial nerves, temporary irritation of the nerve).
So I recommend you to see an ENT specialist to rule out underlying possible cause and get treatment accordingly.
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