Back-of-ear pain (throat tingling) Stimulation inflammation
Q: I’m a woman in my late 20s. The neck connection behind my ear is tingling. It’s a stinging pain. I have suffered from sinusitis and chronic middle ear infections.
It’s usually okay, but I get a tingle when I eat. With the sensation of stimulating salivary glands. I get tingly when I yawn. I’ve been through a lot of transfer pains, so I’m sure it’s not there. The pain is bearable. You’re not having a stroke, are you?
A: It wouldn’t be a stroke if you only had pain in the back of your ears when you were eating or yawning 비아그라구매
The area is called yuyangdolgi. This is the part that is connected to the inner ear. Looking at the history of sinusitis and chronic mesenchymal inflammation, it is likely that the pain was caused by the inflammation of the mammary glands. Or symptoms can also occur through middle ear infections or joint disorders.
Visit the nearest ENT clinic for medical treatment.