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... I don't know if it can affect the nervous system. However, I have heard some reports of lyme disease affecting the jaw and that bacteria can affect the nervous system. ... (15 replies)
... Various noises and regular louder bursts in one or both ears. ... (1 replies)
... I've had issues for a few years now with grinding and clenching at night. My boyfriend was the first to realize I was doing it since the sounds woke him up. MY teeth were also real sensitive for a while and the dentist noticed a lot of wear on my teeth. ... (13 replies)

... I have a question that I hope someone can help me with. Can the majority of TMJ symptoms affect only one side of the head and neck? ... (7 replies)
... it took 6 weeks to get it diagnosed and I am still confused as to whether I have tmj or some other equally horrible condition. ... (4 replies)
... It sounds like you have been through the ringer with this disease. I am so so sorry for your pain and discomfort. I currently do not have symptoms as severe as yours. If the surgery irritated the cranial nerve system... ... (12 replies)
... I have tmd, fybromyalgia, chronic depression and anxiety. A few weeks ago i was playing badminton when my right eye lid started twitching. Within the hour i lost control of both my eyelids. I was unable to see for 3 days. ... (12 replies)
... Does anyone have any unusual symptoms sensory symptoms like cold water and burning sensations all over their body? ... (0 replies)
Please Help!
Apr 6, 2012
... ve tmj. It's a wierd cracking and popping when I swallow from jaw and sounds like in my ears, ear fullness, dizziness, pain behind my eyes, blurry vision, stiff neck which cracks when I turn my head and just a general feeling of being off balance and not on the planet. Brain fog also. ... (15 replies)
... IT could be TMJ but you need to see a specialist in oral and facial pain disorders to get this diagnosed. Once your medical insurance kicks in follow up. I would also suggest seeing a neurologist if you haven't seen one. ... (2 replies)
... months ago, I had a panic attack while driving down the interstate. It seemed to come out of nowhere. Ever since that moment, I have had constant symptoms of something wrong... ... (2 replies)
Sound like TMJ?
Oct 2, 2011
... I'm new to the this board and have been having some issues lately and I'm wondering if it is a TMJ problem. I consulted with one of my dentists, who knows a bit about TMJ, a few years ago after I had a crown done. ... (2 replies)
... Migraines are a very common symptom of tmj, a changing or shifting bite or mispositioned jaw but can also be due to other causes such as hormonal imbalances or fluctuations, dietary issues, stress, etc which result in vascular constriction of blood flow. ... (10 replies)
... I'm not sure whether its from an artery or vein or just a nerve but I have had it the sides of my head, behind my ears and eyes and on the left side of my neck. ... (2 replies)
... Hello and welcome. ... (6 replies)

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