Some of the things that can cause throat pain along with ear pain are mucosal lesions in the back of your mouth (like common aphthous ulcers), or sometimes tender lymph nodes in the neck which can cause referred ear pain as well. What you can do is to have your ears and throat checked by your Dr if symptoms persist.
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