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... So i am wondering could this be caused by TMJ instead? ... (6 replies)
... I am new here but came across this posting and see how many are in the same boat as I am. I have been to drs after drs with so many problems and no one can figure out what is wrong with me. I have had the ear fullness going on 7 years now, also dizziness, being off balance and so many other things. ... (48 replies)
... I finally broke down and called the TMJ clinic where I have gone before. They said the ear fullness and other symptoms I described, did sound like a recurrence of the TMJ. She said if the joint is inflammed it can cause constriction in the Eustachian tubes. ... (48 replies)

... Hello fellow friends, I was wondering if anyone can help me out here? ... (12 replies)
... now I am experiencing an ear sensaitons that not even the ENT doctors can explain. It's only in the left ear and when it comes on it can be gradual over about five minutes or instant without warning. ... (48 replies)
... I don't think i have tmj ... But i have had ringing and pulsing sounds in my left ear . Mine i believe has come about when a few years back for no apparent reason... I developed pain in my left ear it due to fluid buildup. ... (48 replies)
Can TMJ do this?
Aug 14, 2007
... TMJ can cause a host of symptoms. Mine are ear fullness, headaches, mild dizzies, head fog, strange visual funkiness etc ... ... (4 replies)
Jul 20, 2007
... c6 disc in my neck back in October and ever since then I have constant ear fullness. Like the feeling of liquid cement or glue in my ears. I have NO hearing problems. ... (11 replies)
... y not cause the dizziness but if you are doing either to the point you strain your jaws and facial muscles then your eustachion tubes may become inflamed causing ear fullness or stuffiness and dizziness or feeling spacey. ... (2 replies)
TMJ and the Ear
Dec 1, 2006
... I have had ear symptoms, my left one does that awful crunching thing. ... (5 replies)
... Right Ear fullness and pain in the ear and sometimes stabbing pain. ... (12 replies)
... I can answer this one because I have it too. Ear fullness, fluttering feeling, tinnitus, sensitivity to loud sounds. ... (2 replies)
Tmj Symptoms?
Oct 23, 2005
... I have been having pain and discomfort in my upper jaws. I also have ear pain and fullness. Can TMJ cause discomfort like a lot just above my ears where the arms of my glasses touch and slightly below the back of my ears ? ... (1 replies)
... I post on the inner ear disorders board a lot, I won't go in to my history now, it's long winded, but just wanted to say another diagnosis you might consider is migraine. ... (11 replies)
... J specialist insists my pain is caused only by the TMJ,but I am wondering if a deep cavity,or need for a root canal,or crown in a back tooth could be causing the ear fullness,TMJ type headaches? ... (2 replies)
... TMJ can cause ringing in the ears! Like anything else, different people can have different symtoms. ... (3 replies)
... m 38 and have been struggling now since I was 30. In those 8 years. I seen several GPs, three ENTs, an Allergist, three Dentists, the House Ear Clinic, a Chiropractor, a Rheumatologist briefly, even Psychiatrist and Psychologist. ... (11 replies)
... I've been to all kinds of doctors. Had all sorts of test. No answers. Closest thing I can come up with is TMD based on my research. Below is the abridged version of what's been going on. ... (14 replies)
... My son had the same as you, regarding the tinnitus and ear fullness. Within the past few years, he had all 4 wisdom teeth removed and the fullness disappeared, unfortunately the tinnitus did not. ... (18 replies)
... sure i have TMJ i get the jaw poping ear fullness ect .and sometimes i get pains on the top of my head mostly on the left side top and sometimes on the right. and sometimes in the back. ... (1 replies)

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