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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)
... Hi, thanks for your response! ... (10 replies)
... Hey man, I also suffer from TMJ disorder. It is definitely not much fun, so I can feel your pain. I believe it can affect the sinuses as it can affect a lot of other things. My TMJ was so bad in high school that I remember it would completely lock up while i was eating. ... (10 replies)

... How has your pain been? ... (1 replies)
... based on your description however it does sound more like an ear, nose or throat problem. ... (2 replies)
... c those flights don't maintain a very high altitude for long and the cabin pressurization is not as intense but longer flights require both which did affect my ears. ... (5 replies)
... eyed. You know how you're able to see your nose when you intentionally cross your eyes? ... (13 replies)
... For phase 2 he intends on giving me lower bracket braces on my back teeth to grow them up, then braces on all my lower teeth, then finish on my top teeth and that will end phase 2. He said some people get better in phase 2, and that since I have gotten better he thinks I will continue to do so, even though that sinus pain I have described has been with me for the whole ride,... (10 replies)
... I am still nto sure what your dentist intends on doing for phase 2 - do you know? Braces, crowns, overlays, equilibration - what is his treatment recommendation? The affects of tmj or tmd are often not limited to the jaw and bite alone - they are part of the bigger and overall underlying neuromuscular and musculoskeletal structure - and b/c of this, dysfunction with the jaw... (10 replies)
... also called "silent reflux" basically the throat tissues are way more sensitive than that of the esophagus so the smallest amount of acid really wreaks havoc on your throat. ... (5 replies)
... Yes, I do have thyroid hashimotos disorder, and since the phlegm has thickened up and decreased,,,it used to run think and clear like a faucet, I have the TMJ much worse now. ... (8 replies)
Oct 26, 2003
... TMJ problems can cause severe headaches. Usually, you would have some other symtoms as well. ... (2 replies)
Jan 14, 2002
... I doublechecked again at the center and spoke with Dr. D and he said "yes" tmj can affect the sinuses. He said because of the muscles on the side of the face and the pressure along the cheekbones. ... (36 replies)
Jan 3, 2002
... Yes! I have had 2 cat scans of the sinuses and it has come up clear both times. ... (36 replies)
... BUT, your treatment options and some of your symptoms sound a lot like mine. I haven't been terribly concerned with my jaws until the last year or so, when the heaches began. ... (7 replies)
Cure dizziness?!
Feb 3, 2008
... seasickness meds. You could search the web under the accupuncture meridian and locate the pressure points on the body that affect equilibrium and try self pressure point therapy. ... (3 replies)
... because it can mimick other diseases. ... (6 replies)
... understand and I am sorry about the wee crisis you had Subie. I know how you feel. But the thing to be aware of is you COULD have an element of all of the things your symptoms suggest... ... (11 replies)

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