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I've been having inner ear pain a week now, No, my ear hurts

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Hi, I've been having inner ear pain for almost a week now,
JA: Are you experiencing any dizziness? Do you have a fever?
Customer: No, my ear hurts when I swallow and I can barely talk because it hurts to stimulate moving my ear...I guess.
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Submitted: 5 months ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Dr. David replied 5 months ago.

This is Dr. David

how old are you?

inner ear pain can be due to inner ear infection or fluid.

you need to see a doctor who can look inside of your ear.

you may need a course of antibiotics

you should go to an urgent care center or ER

there they have doctors who can look in your ear to check for inner or ear canal infections

let me know if you have questions.

Expert:  Dr. Phil, MD replied 4 months ago.

Thanks for this question

You DEFINITELY need antibiotics

Go to ER tonight

htere is no question about it

Expert:  Dr. Phil, MD replied 4 months ago.
Thanks for this question.Please don't forget a positive rating.I appreciate it. :)

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