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A few days ago i went to united states and went to a mall. I went to the electonics store and was playing xbox. Afterwards while i was walking, i had this sharp stabbing pain in the right top side of my head were the jaw muscles are located. It hurt for a while so i went to a store and bought some juice thinking that i was dehydrated. It soothed it a bit but it still hurt. The muscle is pretty tight and i am hoping that it isnt serious. I usually get the pain while listening to music or watching a movie. Any idea what iti is? Hoping it isnt serious. Is it possible that a bug went in my ear? Reply as soon as possible.
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