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Synonyms for earache

an ache localized in the middle or inner ear


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They have released four albums between 2006 and 2013 with Earache Records; Enter the Grave, Infected Nations, Five Serpent's Teeth and Skull.
There are a number of common causes of earache - most of which can be easily treated - but if symptoms become severe, you must seek medical advice.
To promote the band's current European trek Earache have generously stumped up a free 14-track download on their website.
Earache Records is one of the few truly independent global record labels, has 20 year history of providing extreme music and boasts an impressive back catalogue of 450 albums.
Garlic crushed in olive oil makes wonderful earache drops for children," Hamilton suggests.
He has certainly enjoyed a less fraught build-up to his previous outing in a Scottish shirt, even though his dad has been giving him longdistance earache.
He said he is fine, doesn't have an earache and the appointment was more of a routine checkup.
I couldn't eat or talk properly, I was coughing up blood, I had earache and a lump on my neck the size of a tangerine - classic symptoms of cancer.
An insider said: "Posh is giving Elton terrible earache and won't take no for an answer.
PAGE 3 'Earache' aid EVERTON star Jack Rodwell has revealed how constant earache from captain Phil Neville is helping to improve his game.
A 20-year-old woman presented to an outpatient otolaryngology clinic with a 3-day history of an earache on the right.
Cases included insect bites, earache, minor skin rashes in otherwise well patients, chickenpox, and in-growing toenails.
Others do it as a response to pain, such as earache or teething, but most outgrow it.
The court heard how the 43-year-old had been using the phone to soothe his earache.
They began writing original material and were picked up by the Earache label in 2006.