I am new to this forum, think I probably have the same symptoms as you, (I can't see the whole conversation) this pain is really bad, it runs from my headache, my ear seems to be the worst, then it radiates down my jaw and my chest a little. I just got back from the doctor, all she did was look in my ears and listen to my heart and lungs. No ey pain. Maybe cluster headaches? I used to have migraines, those lessened.
not sure if you're still checking this but i have the same, progressively getting worse (MRI tomorrow) but have you looked into cluster headaches? that's what i have and it's excruciating!! all on one side, pain, ear pressure, eye pain...
I also have the exact same symptoms. but when i randomly had to start allergy shots my headaches went from occuring every 7-10 days, to every 3-6 months. I had no idea that I even had an allergy problem and didn't think my headaches were related to my ear, but now they tell me that it is all related to eustachian tube dysfunction.
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