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Posted by CCF Neuro MD on January 12, 1998 at 00:17:53:
In Reply to: What could be going on? posted by Bonny on January 09, 1998 at 21:37:25:
: Some nights I get a dreadful pain on the ear I am lying on. It
is not deep in the ear or ear canal nor around the pinna, but on the
flat bony bit in between. The pain gets so bad that it wakes me up
but is always worse as I lift my head up off the pillow after about
ten-twenty minutes it goes off and I can go back to sleep again. At
times when I have failed to wake up the pain has radiated around
the back of my head and stayed with me as a bad ache for many
The dentist says that the pain is in the wrong place for tooth
problems but made a guard anyway which has not solved the
problem. The doctor cannot see anything in my ears despite looking
on almost every visit ( I do keep saying it
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