It is possible for an ear infection to cause neck and shoulder pain. Ear infections are caused by the inflammation of the ear canal, which can then lead to a buildup of fluid in your middle ear. This fluid can put pressure on nerves at the base of your skull, causing pain that shoots down into your neck and shoulders. The symptoms of an ear infection can include: -Fever or chills -Sore throat -Nausea and vomiting -Rash, possibly around your neck and trunk area.
The symptoms of an ear infection can include: -Nausea and vomiting. This is a long form content for blog post title “The Symptoms of an Ear Infection Can Cause Neck and Shoulder Pain” on the website named “Healthy Tips”. Continued from previous sentence. -Sore throat, which may make it difficult to swallow and speak. Nausea and vomiting (which will lead to dehydration). The pain from the nausea/vomiting may also be in your neck and shoulders. A rash is common around your neck and trunk area due to a virus that caused the infection. Additional symptoms are possible depending on how long you have had the infection for as well as other issues with health such as diabetes, pneumonia, etc. This is a bullet point list content for blog post title “The Symptoms of an Ear Infection Can Cause Neck and Shoulder Pain” on the