Treatment Of Jaw Pain To The Ear?
Good morning, my jaw has been hurting a lot since I started school in 2017 but rarely, now it hurts again. until eating hard to chew and have to eat porridge continuously for more than a week
Thank you for the question.
Pain in the jaw area to the ear, which is severe enough to make it difficult to eat, may arise due to the following conditions:
Ear disorders, for example due to otitis media, otitis externa
Jaw joint disorders, for example due to dislocation, rheumatoid arthritis, jaw fractures or fractures
Throat disorders, for example due to infections, allergies, irritations
Other factors, such as mastoiditis, gastric acid reflux, nasopharyngeal carcinoma, immune disorders, nerve disorders, temporal neuralgia, nerve nerves, tonsillitis, Meniere's disease, migraine, parotitis, gingivitis, pulpitis, dental impaction, cellulitis, Bells palsy, psychological disorders, and psychological disorders so
Not always your condition is dangerous. However, if the pain feels really great, you should still see it directly to the doctor or ENT doctor so that it can be further examined, for example by X-rays, CT scans, or other supporting tests. Concerned, the cause of the pain needs to be dealt with immediately so as not to lead to dangerous complications.
In the meantime, the best thing to do is:
Compress the painful area with warm water
Take paracetamol medicine
Don't open your mouth too wide
Eat foods that are easily swallowed, easily digested, not too hard, greasy, and fatty
Drink more warm water
Rest more, don't always talk or shout too much
Don't poke your ears with anything
Diligent brushing teeth, continued rinsing with salt solution
Hope this helps ...