Healthline states that earaches can occur for a number of reasons, some of which are earwax blockage, middle ear infections, ear drum rupture, chlorine poisoning, acoustic neuroma and Bell's palsy. Neck pain may be cause... More »

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There are numerous causes for pain behind one ear, some of the most common of which include cervicogenic headaches, extracephalic idiopathic stabbing pains and cold-stimulus headaches, as listed by the Severe Headache Ex... More »

Pain in the left side of the head around the ear is often associated with vascular headaches, mastoiditis and stress in the joints of the neck, according to Sportsinjuryclinic.net, MedlinePlus and Dr. Raeburn Forbes of S... More »

A variety of common causes may lead to jaw and ear pain, including temporomandibular joint disorders, middle ear infections, sinus infections, mastoiditis and Bell's palsy, according to Healthline. Teeth grinding, trigem... More »

The most effective remedy for ear pain depends on the underlying cause, but common ear infections can be treated with multiple remedies, such as cold or warm compresses, over-the-counter pain relievers and chiropractic t... More »

Causes of loss of taste include flu, Bell's palsy, the common cold, nasal infections and salivary gland infections, states MedlinePlus. Other possible causes include ear surgery, mouth dryness, heavy smoking, inflamed gu... More »

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Meningitis, muscle strain, ear canal infection or a herniated disc are some possible causes of ear and neck pain in adults, according to WebMD. Pain in the ear, neck or jaw may also be due to grinding of the teeth, notes... More »