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Common noninfectious causes of ear pain include pressure-related ear injury, earwax buildup and a foreign object trapped in the ear. Other relatively rare causes of earache include a perforated eardrum, arthritis of the ... More »

There are many potential causes of throat and ear pain when swallowing, however, the most common reason is postnasal drip due to allergies. WebMD states that postnasal drip is a common reaction to allergies and to colds,... More »

According to the Mayo Clinic, general symptoms of an ear infection include ear pain, diminished hearing and drainage of fluid from the ear. Additional symptoms in children are ear pain when lying down, tugging or pulling... More »

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There are many potential causes of throat and ear pain when swallowing, however, the most common reason is postnasal drip due to allergies. WebMD states that postnasal drip is a common reaction to allergies and to colds,... More »