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Earaches, Throat Pain And Scalp Sensitivity On Right Side.
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Does anyone have earaches and scalp pain. The other day I had a weird pain in the right side of my throat, my right ear gets pains in it and my scalp is sensitive on the same side.

posted September 11, 2017
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Yes-my left ear acts up sometimes- painful and gets plugged up and makes weird sounds. Also 1/2 of whole head is painful sometimes. I've been to the Dr for painful left ear- nothing wrong. I've been to the dentist for tooth ache- nothing wrong. And I get sore spots on my scalp. I also have bouts of headaches. All of these symptoms come and go and last for different amounts of time. FYI- I also have bladder problems that aren't bladder infections. These are hard to decifer but nothing is wrong when I go to the Dr. Seems like all of my problems seem to be fibro- and it's hard to tell if I am really sick or it's fibro.

posted August 25, 2018
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Yes! Pain in jaw joint, worse on left. When it's really bad spreads down my neck and up my scalp to a place about three fingers from the top of my ear. Causes tinitis (ringing, buzzing, clicking) and a severe pain in my scalp. Funny thing is that, although I've read and been told that there are no pain receptors in the brain, this is the exact spot where I had a brain bleed about three years ago. Doctors don't want to do anything for the pain except narcotics, which I will not take. The comment about wearing a hat works for me, as well. I find that the fleece caps work better than the knitted watch caps because the fleece ones aren't as tight. Sleeping with one on helps me wake up with less pain.

posted September 19, 2019
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Yes I have scalp pain..and I get sore throats..you ight want to take a Epstein Barr test..and see if it is active..that would explain the sore throat feeling and your lymph nodes well up..and causes chronic fatigue while its active ..also there is a interesting video out now by top scientific researches saying fibro is damaged nerves..which could explain a sensitive scalp..

posted September 13, 2017
A MyFibroTeam Member

Helps to know others experience these symptoms. Thought it was just me.

posted October 31, 2018
A MyFibroTeam Member

Yes I have this pain too. I cannot find a comfortable pillow at the moment and have taken to scrubbing up a very large fleece blanket to sink my head into for sleep. I can pull it around my ears as well which helps the pain or at least feels more comforting. ❤x

posted February 8, 2021

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