I have had a pain in my right ear for several years now. I do grind my teeth in my sleep and my doctor said the ear pain is from the teeth grinding. I used a cell phone for many years and have heard of a tumor that has developed in people's ears after long term cell phone use. I did have extensive bloodwork done and everything came back normal. My friend told me that a benign tumor wouldn't have shown up in the bloodwork and I should get a CT Scan of my ear. Is he right? I've been upset about it for a while and would like to rule out the fact that I don't have a tumor.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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