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This is probably due to a blocked Eustachian tube.
The Eustachian tube connects the ear with the throat. An inflammation in the throat can block the end of the tube opening in the throat leading to a change in the ear air pressure. This can cause ear pain.
The pain in the throat is likely to be due to pharyngitis - inflammation in the throat. The ear pain is secondary to the pharyngitis
Please take Tylenol to help reduce the inflammation. Gargling with warm water will open up the tube and reduce the pain to some extent. But you do need to see a doctor - you need your throat examined an possibly need a prescription for antibiotics.
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Then you do have an infection in he throat. Please see your doctor - you will need antibiotics and anti-inflammatory medicine.
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