Hello, doctor. The gums on the innermost side of my big teeth are swollen and painful. Then when swallowing saliva, one side of my ear will also hurt. What's the matter with that side of my neck pressing inside
If you are sure that the gums are swollen and painful, and then cause pain in the ipsilateral ear, then this situation is likely to be reflex neuralgia. So in this case, you need to use antibiotics. If you feel the symptoms of ear pain are obvious, you need to check the condition of the ear canal in the otolaryngology clinic of the hospital
When swallowing, you feel pain in one ear, which is actually due to the contraction of masticatory muscles during swallowing. One is caused by getting angry. For example, often staying up late and eating spicy and irritating food may cause ear pain.
When the rearmost wisdom teeth begin to sprout, the crown wraps around the tooth surface, forming a deep blind bag, retaining a large amount of food residues and soft dirt, causing bacterial infection. Inflammatory secretions may enter the space beside the cigarette, causing the spread of infection and swelling and pain. Sometimes it can also cause lymphadenopathy.