otalgia

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o·tal·gia

 (ō-tăl′jə)
n.
Pain in the ear; earache.

o·tal′gic adj.

otalgia

(əʊˈtældʒɪə; -dʒə)
n
(Pathology) the technical name for earache

ear•ache

(ˈɪərˌeɪk)

n.
a pain or ache in the ear; otalgia.
[1650–60]

otalgia

Medicine. an earache. — otalgic, adj.
See also: Pain
an earache.
See also: Ear

otalgia

Any form of earache.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.otalgia - an ache localized in the middle or inner earotalgia - an ache localized in the middle or inner ear
ache, aching - a dull persistent (usually moderately intense) pain
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Peace, friend," answered Don Quixote; "greater secrets I mean to teach thee and greater favours to bestow upon thee; and for the present let us see to the dressing, for my ear pains me more than I could wish.
For vomiting, ear pain, a painful cough or toothache, contact your GP or the out-of-hours service or your dentist.
Relieve ear pain with analgesics (painkillers) such as paracetamol, or ibuprofen.
If hoarseness lasts for more than two weeks or is accompanied by ear pain, difficulty breathing, or difficulty swallowing, it may indicate a potentially serious vocal cord condition.
Parents should call if they are concerned about fever, wheezing, trouble breathing, ear pain, a continuing cough, or unusual irritability.
We also heard from Cynthia Koory of Detroit, Michigan, who reports her unusual ear pain went away after eliminating gluten from her diet.
The patient presented one month later with continuing ear pain and a new headache.
Pressure variations during landing and take-off will cause ear pain for infants.
Examples of inappropriate 999 calls include: ear pain, toothache, stubbed toe, broken finger nail, sore throat and hangover.
For more complicated ailments such as vomiting, ear pain, a sore belly and backache your GP surgery should be your first port of call.
8 [degrees] C), pallor, headache, left ear pain, and hearing loss.