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Hello omee

There are many symptoms that raise concern for the possibility of a mouth cancer being present. The most common of these is a non-healing ulcer on the tongue, in the floor of mouth or along the inner cheek. Lesions further back at the tonsil or base of tongue or nasopharynx might not be easily visible. As the lesion increases in size, more symptoms can occur. A pain in the ear could be referred pain from the cancers at these sites. Attention should be sought for any sudden unilateral ear pain that persists and a trained professional should evaluate and diagnose the cause of this pain.

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dear doctor,
as i have said that i have constant ear pain since 2 months and now i m feeling the swelling in the one side of face, i feel thickness in one cheek, i have even showed the dentist and a cancer surgeon but they r saying that it is just my phobia, should i go for ct-scan because i have in my mind that i have oral cancer and this ear pain is because of this only, because it is very severe, some times i feel pain in the teeths also, what should i do ? why i eat something i feel the sensation that the tooth touched the cheeks, i dont have any lump, or any type of lesion on the cheek, should i go to further investigation , should i meet to any other cancer surgeon, doctor is it possible that becasue of these cacner cells there should some problem in my ears near by nerves, how much time it take to develop cancer from one stage to second and then to last ?
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