This is Dr. David
how old are you?
what medications are you taking?
do you grind your teeth at night time when you sleep?
have you had a hearing test? any loss of hearing?
are you male or female?
the pain could be due to trigeminal neuralgia
you should see your GP doctor about this pain and see if medications like neurontin or carbamazapine can help the pain.
and see if you can get an MRI scan of the brain and neck area to look for sources of the pain.
it can be hard to get an MRI scan in the UK, but if you don't ask for one, you won't get one.
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ask your GP doctor to refer you to a neurologist for this ear pain.
I am a cancer doctor.
there are no ear tumors which cause pain like this.