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otalgia

[ō′tal·jə]
(medicine)
Pain in the ear.
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Now I am left with an unpleasant, lingering feeling of nausea and thumping ear ache (althoughI suspect the latter has been caused by the repetitive shouting in my ear of the words ``Heskey'' and ``donkey'' by an apoplectic husband).
Unfortunately, succumbing to those temptations means a telling off from fierce some fitness instructor and US Marine Harvey Walden,as well as ear ache from experts trying to whip them into shape.
She's not the sort that gives me ear ache when I have a bad game.
If you have a relatively minor health problem such as a cough, cold, sore throat, ear ache, flu, bladder infection or bad back, for instance, any pharmacist can currently advise you on over-the-counter, paidfor medicines for minor problems.
27 /PRNewswire/ -- With cold and flu season right around the corner, many new parents of infants and toddlers will soon be visiting their family pediatrician complaining of painful or recurring ear aches.
When parents are faced with children who suffer from infections, ear aches or other ailments, there is a natural tendency to want to see them made better -- and the sooner the better.
Imagine a single parent living in a small rural Alaska community whose child is having chronic ear aches.
The walk-in centre offers advice and treatment for minor ailments such as sore throats, ear aches, bladder infections and stomach pain.
In Ghent, an employee and a security agent complained of ear aches after two small explosions, which detonated almost simultaneously before the store closed Monday evening.
Straightforward uncomplicated broken bones such as knee, ankle, foot, toes, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hands and fingers; Sprains and strains; Minor cuts and grazes; Minor burns and scalds; Urine problems; Rashes; Sore throats/coughs; Ear aches.
Taking her cue from Lawrence Durrell's The Alexandria Quartet (1957-60), Owen explores notions of relativity and continuum breathed through with alternate perspectives on the same subject-object relations, like those hashish-ridden lines: "Mountolive's ear aches, Liza's blindness, Clea's amputated hand, Leila's smallpox, Justine's stroke, Pombal's gout.
Along with infections, fevers, sore throats, ear aches, pink eye, colds, flu, vomiting, diarrhea, food sensitivities and rashes, he dispenses advice on toilet training, fussy babies, differences in size, sibling questions and a range of behavioral issues such as tantrums, misbehaving and negative responses to discipline.