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... tomorrow I see the neurologist who clearly doubts it being TMJ, then next week the ENT to get his opinion, and then finally this guy that my ortho referred me too. Then, I can finally get the braces, if my health permits. ... (9 replies)
... For close to a year now i have had this contanst presure in my ears and a sence of fullnes. keep in mind that it has gotten much beter in the last 6 months, but not better enough that it does not effect my life... ... (6 replies)
... I am fairly convinced by now that the root of my problems lies in my posture and weak neck and shoulder muscles. I used to spend long hours slumped in front of the computer. For as long as I remember, I walked with my head foward. I am 5'9 and have spent most of my life looking down to see people if that makes any sense. ... (10 replies)

... Okay, thank you that makes sense. I also get facial twitches, what causes that? (5 replies)
... and part of the balancing has to due with the position of the lower jaw. ... (5 replies)
... Recently, I am getting pain on the scalph, and its very sensitive to touch. In fact, yesterday was a challenge. I did not eat for a long time and went shopping and I was so hungry and tired and felt pains all over the scalph and the body. ... (12 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear about the problems you're having...but you may want to at least start by following your doctor's suggestions. ... (5 replies)
... RE AND MORE OF A PROBLEM OVER THE LAST , SAY, 5 YEARS, ITS NOW THERE EVERDAY, BUT THE EAR PAIN IS THE WORST, IT SEEMS THAT MY JAW WILL START TO TIGHTEN, AND THEN THE BUZZ, OR TINGLING WILL HAPPEN, THIS ONLY LASTS FOR SECONDS, SAME WITH THE EAR PAIN, ITS ALMOST SEEMS LIKE ITS MUSCLE CONTRACTIONS. ... (3 replies)
... I do. If your jaw is unbalanced it can affect the atlas or c1 vertebrae and other muscles and cause pain along the nerves in the enitre area. Although my left side is mostly affected I have had pain behind both ears,on the sides, back and on top of my head. ... (1 replies)
... Soundsensitive, I'm surprised reading your posts, because you have very similar symptoms to mine, only my TMJ symptoms explicitely began in an obvious way after I developed maloclusion after work done by a bad dentist last year. ... (11 replies)
... neck area, I do get pain in the temples from it. ... (1 replies)
... A new job is always tough the first couple of days but then you get use to it. What's weird is I've noticed strange muscles spasms too and I ignore it. ... (15 replies)
... Antoni , Hi , I think that it's possible that you have TMJD. Clicking and popping was noticeable after dental work and MVA and the TM joint had no pain in it AT ALL when it was clicking. The jaw just felt really awkward. Well , it progressed and the pain came , later. ... (15 replies)
Crying & TMJ
Oct 29, 2016
... they did my reconstruction wrong for got to increase vdo so I cry everyday in pain and frustration. Yes tmj can cause sever ear pain like your ear is exploding if your mom has dentures does she wear them to bed? ... (14 replies)
... stuffiness. While some strategies are similar for each TMJD patient, I think that in the end, you need to make decisions based upon your underlying issues. ... (7 replies)
... Sometimes stress can cause someone to begin clenching or grinding at night... this puts huge stresses on the jaw and jaw muscles... if it happens long enough then the muscles begin to hurt. This would certainly explain why your back teeth were hurting you... ... (4 replies)
Botox for TMJ?
Jan 9, 2015
... I heard one botox treatment is sometimes enough to break the habit of bruxism. ... (1 replies)
Botox for TMJ?
Jan 9, 2015
... My son has always been a nighttime tooth grinder. This past November he developed odd headaches in back of his head along with nerve pain in his head. After MRIs, 2 neuros, etc. ... (1 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. I think it was caused by something I did during sleep, maybe sleeping on my left jaw. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks for the reply. And yeah, my dentist definitely doesn't know much about TMJ issues. ... (15 replies)


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