Do you have these symptoms in both the ears. Is your hearing diminished or normal?
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Basically your symptoms are most likely due to eustachian tube blockage. These eustachian tubes which run between the middle of your ears and the back of your nose have become obstructed. An upper respiratory infection or allergy can block them, causing the accumulation of fluids in the middle ear, thereby causing the pain. Or the pain may be due to a middle ear infection as well or middle ear inflammation with effusion and may need antibiotics for a cure. Therefore I would recommend going to your doctor or another doctor or an ENT surgeon and have the ear examined since it is very important the an infection should be looked for and treated with antibiotics if present to prevent complications. So now the next step is likely antibiotics since you have had no response to the spray.
You may also try to take a deep breath and try to blow out of your nose gently while pinching your nostrils closed and keeping your mouth shut. This is likely to open your eustachian tubes. Please try this, but if it is painful avoid it.
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