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... nt is the vibrations in the back of my neck, sometimes squeezing type pressure that makes me feel like I might literally pass out. I was just wondering if anyone can give me answers cause my neuro doesn't know. ... (2 replies)
... The feeling that something is not right especially by the ear is a symptom of TMJ. ... (5 replies)
... i also have ear pain. it is a weird pain.i cant put my finger in my ear without it hurting,the whole side of my head and face hurt when i even brush my ent checked my sinuses but he said he didnt think that was my prob. ... (3 replies)

... it can trigger a chain reaction of things to occur. ... (2 replies)
... Oh I definitely think a misaligned C1 can cause most if not all your symptoms. I am living proof of it. ... (12 replies)
... if the ear is ok. ... (9 replies)
... but that is because repositioning splints must be worn full time. Follow your dentists instructions and try and wear it as much as possible until you can see him again for clarification on what the splint is supposed to do. ... (8 replies)
Tmj ears clogged
May 3, 2017
... By the way, there are many people here who have had all of their symptoms improve or go away entirely with treatment. It may take some time but you can get there. What other symptoms do you have? ... (6 replies)
... I'm a 63 yr old male and the first TMJ symptom I ever had was a year ago. One morning right after I woke up, it seemed my the left side of my jaw slipped out of joint. ... (0 replies)
... and I don't think the dentists who treat TMJ completely understand what causes it. Maybe you will get better on your own once the muscle spasms calm down. ARe you taking any muscle relaxants? ... (1 replies)
... Sometimes the pain is more focused around my TMJ, and sometimes even has some ear involvement. ... (1 replies)
... I know that dealing with this TMJ stuff can be extremely frustrating. It is made even worse since there really isn't a "specialty" in this area and neither the medical nor dental fields take it fully on. ... (14 replies)
... Upon doing my own research, I discovered that it could possibly be TMJ as well? ... (1 replies)
Severe ear pain
Jul 14, 2012
... Since you posted on the TMJ board, are you thinking that your ear pain could be related to TMJD? ... (1 replies)
... TMJ82, What does back teeth to erupt mean? I've been wearing one of nti guards at night since jan. My dentist told me to wear it during the day too (that's how he treats tmjd). I've been givin it a try. Since wearing it at night I have noticed a decrease in my dizziness but now since wearing it during the day for the past month I now have a new symptom of shooting ear pain... (7 replies)
... the whole day, for the first day and at least 10 hours, the following days. About, 5 days or so, after wearing it, I started hearing rubbing noises near my right ear while eating. ... (21 replies)
... thanks for the kind words of support! I have never had any problems with my bite, or with the TMJ before I had that bridge done. ... (20 replies)
TMJ newsflash
Aug 25, 2010
... ave tingling in my cheeks and nose and eye regions, when laying down feels like a string is draped under both eyes and on nose like one long string laying there, can happen when sitting up too, but always always after I lay down for 5 minutes! And this will go away after I sit up, headache coming and going that FAST? ... (23 replies)
... muscle spasms, especially severe around the tmj joints definitely can radiate pain to the ear. It's nasty pain sometimes. ... (2 replies)
... MJD. I always knew others had it, but to read real life stories mirroring the same things I have been dealing with for the past NINE have all of you, I can truly say I have been brought to tears...of happiness to find you all here! ... (15 replies)

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