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why does my ear hurt in the wind

I thought I was suffering from an ear infection and went to an ENT.  I had been on anibiotics for about a week.  He stated I didn't have an ear infection and ran a tube from my nose down my throat.  Everything was negative.  He suggested I see a dentist (I have an upcoming appt).  By the 10th day of the antibiotic, the pain went away.  Now, everytime I go out in the wind, the ear hurts just as bad and it will last for a few days.  What could cause this?

Related Topics: Ears, Nose, Throat, Vision, Antibiotic