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... chance that you will not have any problems. I fly and also drive from Florida to Pennsylvania all the time. There is alot of BIG hills on the drive to Pennsylvania and I have survived all. ... (31 replies)
... Hi everyone with TMJ. Jst reading what you guys have posted has made me feel like im not going crazy. ... (1 replies)
... Just talked with my husband about my discomfort and pain today and he told me I should try to treat the pain and if it doesn't decrease with treatment, he's going to take me to the dr just to make sure everything's ok. ... (14 replies)

... good to know that flying went OK for you, especially since we do seem to have very similar ear problems from TMJD. I do have that stuffy feeling in my ear and I can never seem to get it to pop. It feels like it needs to but I can only get it to pop half way, if there is such a thing. ... (4 replies)
... Hello TMJ Friends, I need to fly at the end of Feb for work and again in March for my son's graduation. I've been having ear pain and pressure problems for over two years now. ... (4 replies)
... It's been a while and it is amazing how fast life can pass by. With the holidays it gives me a break from work and time to reflect over the last few months. ... (36 replies)
... stress situation and realized that there was a sharp pain in both of my ears that would come and go. I went to the doctor and he said that there was an issue with my fifth cranial nerve and diagnosed me with Gabapentin. The medicine ran out two weeks later, and I went back because the symptoms has worsened. ... (8 replies)
... Can you explain what you mean by this? ... (5 replies)
... No I haven't flown since my tmj started and to be honest I would be just as worried as you are - b/c my symptoms can be severe I dread even staying over night at my sisters or brother's house a few hrs drive away - even opening the car windows while driving cause pain and pressure in my ears. I think if I did attempt to fly - my brother is pushing for us to all meet for a... (5 replies)
... Hi, Great that you are using a splint. Well, with me, I had an upper functional orthodontic appliance on my uppers to create a good horseshoe shaped upper arch alongside a clear lower splint. ... (6 replies)
... This is a really difficult question. I understand that Tufts in Boston has a TMJ chronic pain clinic that is supposed to be very good, though I haven't been there myself. ... (5 replies)
... Well, what all have you tried so far? ... (5 replies)
... First, welcome to the boards. I really don't think the explanation of TMJ causing Eustachian tube dysfunction makes sense. ... (1 replies)
... You just described my ear symptoms exactly. I try to tell myself that TMJ can cause all this but sometimes the ear symptoms really get my anxiety going. The pressure gets so intense sometimes, I worry it will damage my hearing. ... (38 replies)
... Hang in there! Things really can get better with the right help. ... (1 replies)
... Wow, Thanks for all the input. Hopefully I can answer all questions. ... (32 replies)
TMJ face change
Feb 28, 2010
... when I fly in, and it takes literally 20m. Hopefully traffic will be on my side that day. I fly into Burbank, so it shouldn't be too long of a drive, but I have to grab my luggage and get my car, and it's a Monday. ... (97 replies)
TMJ face change
Feb 26, 2010
... I am so glad you went to see the doc!! I kind of wonder why you would have to come in for weekly adjustments...hmmm...? ... (97 replies)
TMJ evaluation
Apr 26, 2009
... Glad you found the route of relief that works for you,but i read that you can not eat solid food like normal because the botox weaken your jaw muscles so you eat soft food all the time? ... (19 replies)
... When "finding your bite" you need to let the jaw have total freedom to move the way it wants when it is relaxed. ... (30 replies)

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