I have been battling these uncomfortable tension-like headaches for 3+weeks where I get pain in the lower part of my head. I get these pulse-like sensations (like a nerve jumping) on my right side by the temple. I also have been battling a cold/sinus infection which has left me much discomfort. My right ear constantly pops yet when I go to the doctor he says that everything looks normal. One doc did say that my ear was a little inflammed. I woke up this morning with a rnging sound in right ear and it has not gone away. Is this a sign of a tumor?
The ringing has not gone away. And can you explain what those pulse sensations (nerve jumping) by the temple means? I feel that on and off throughout the day.
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