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Q: What does it mean when your ears burn and turn red?

I am a female, 43 years old. 

What is causing my ears to become visibly red, hot and itchy? I currently get an allergy shot every two weeks for mold and dust mites, but I'm wondering if I'm developing some sort of food allergy?

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8/15/14 4:16pm

Hi shutterman,

 

I know you posted this a long time ago, but I wanted to make sure someone addressed your concerns.

 

Allergy shots can cause a variety of reactions, so the shots could be the cause.  Food allergies are more likely to affect your GI tract.  Make sure to check with your allergist for more advice.

 

I hope you are well and have learned what caused your trouble.  Feel free to let us know if you found an effective treatment.

 

Red, itchy, swollen ears - Dermatology - MedHelp

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By Shutterman, Community Member— Last Modified: 09/10/14, First Published: 02/05/09