experience episodes of pain in the throat, ears, tongue, and tonsils.
Number 4 is correct.
Glossopharyngeal neuralgia is a condition caused by damage to cranial nerve IX (the glossopharyngeal nerve). Signs and symptoms may include episodes of pain in the throat, ears, tongue, and tonsils that can be triggered by swallowing or talking. Episodes of vertigo may be associated with vestibular neuritis, damage to cranial nerve VIII. Difficulty in moving the tongue is linked to damage to cranial nerve XII (hypoglossal nerve). Double vision is noted in abducens nerve palsy, damage to cranial nerve VI.