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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)
... My TMJ orthodontist actually recommends multiple complementary treatments to support whole body health while he is providing the dental treatment. ... (17 replies)
... Really? Your jaw being messed up could cause hip problems? I have gone through two episdoes with my low back flaring up, disc problems-- after working out. My x rays show a tilted pelvis and mild scoliosis. At that time I never thought about TMJD even though I had constant ear congestion in the left ear. The thing with me though is I don't have popping when I open my mouth.... (17 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)
TMJ and dizziness?
May 10, 2011
... consequently affect your ears. ... (24 replies)
... turn neck...tingling and numbness in face, neck and arm and leg....now i'm getting ripping sounds in my ear...really loud...my lymph nodes are also swollen...my ears are full...but it seems to get worse if i have gas or before a bowel movement... ... (1 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. My internist thinks tmj is more like arthritis so he has not been much help in pointing me in the right direction. ... (4 replies)
... Your car accident could very well have caused your TMJ issues particularly if you hadn't any problems before then. Did you have any type of whiplash injury? ... (4 replies)
... stinging that I get intermitantly all over my body. It happens a lot in the feet, but I can get it anywhere on my skin including my ears for forehead, very high up. ... (0 replies)
... I'm not from the US (there is no company selling it here, but it can be imported it by an international pharmacy), so I don't know what is the maximum dose for flexeril - it should be stated on the package insert. Why do you take the flexeril before falling asleep? You need it during the day! I'd been taking tolperison in the past and I started with the maximum dose as... (19 replies)
... lavage in my joints as long as I am getting relief. He said that if I need to I can increase the dosage of the flexril but keep him posted. I don't take two unless I had a really bad day at work and my joints are just too sore to even eat. ... (19 replies)
... Scan is not anything that innovative other than it is another expensive piece of equipment LVI dentist buy and then need to pay for by luring TMJ patients. Beware... ... (8 replies)
... he was at Tufts but he is now at Boston Mass General. He is also highly regarded and specializes in TMJ and Chronic Pain. ... (8 replies)
... Hi, I haven't introduced myself yet. Hello everyone! I'm glad to have found you all, some of what I've read has been very helpful in this difficult time. Before I get in to my background, I want to ask if anyone is familiar with a dentist and "TMJ expert" named Dr. Kerstein in Boston, MA. He seems to have a rare approach to treating TMJ, and I'm not sure I really... (8 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. ... (2 replies)
... seem to go away completely when I yawn. She mentioned I might have TMJ disorder. ... (2 replies)
... Don't rely on the position of the pain as a tmj indicator .My jaw is relatively pain free but because of my slanted jaw I have heavy tension. ... (4 replies)
... What you describe is similar to some people with TMJ but yours is due to injury and not other issues like referred tension. It sounds like your jaw is misaligned which is why its not opening and closing properly. ... (9 replies)
... JD discomfort even if the mouth is open during the day. Optimal rest positioning of the mouth may help relax clenching muscles, but it doesn't necessarily relax TMJ issues. ... (11 replies)
... it can be so aggravating. ... (2 replies)


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