My doctor (ear specialist) removed a wax/skin/tissue/blood cyst a few months ago from my ear canal after I complained of lost hearing and the painfull feeling of something hard, like a golf ball, in the canal. But I am still suffering great pain even though my doctor swears there is nothing wrong. He told me to see my dentist, who told me there is nothing in my mouth causing this pain and referred me back to the doctor.
I have lost approx 50 to 75% of the hearing in my right ear and run hot and cold sweats throughout the day and night. It "feels" like there is a golf ball in my ear and it is painfull. One day it seemed to burst forth in a pain that was so bad, I threw up several times.
My ear is not sensitive to the touch, but does ache more at night from the cold if I lay on my side with that ear exposed. Hot packs help take the edge off and so does an asperine. The biggest help was a nighttime cold tablet. I can easily open and close my mouth, and chewing is not a problem. Only my right ear is affected.
Other history: My jaw was broken 11 years ago after a blow to the side of my head that caused a stroke and took my peripheral vision. But I went many years without pain after the initial healing from this injury. Could this stem from that?
I am at the end of my rope after 14 or 15 visits to the ear specialist. Thank you for any help you can offer.
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