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... hot inflamed and very, very painful. I've read that inflammation can spread through your body and cause widespread problems, and that does match my symptoms. ... (11 replies)
... from you've you told me it doesn't sound like they have a lot of experience with TMJ. ... (4 replies)
... I believe those can be done in an upright position. ... (2 replies)

... I have not had the fogginess feeling, but I've heard others have. I do feel sick, TMJ affects so much of your body. My muscles cause my molars to feel off, but my orthodontist said my teeth are fine. It comes and goes during the day. ... (13 replies)
... I wouldn't do anything until you get an MRI of your joint. An MRI will definitely tell you whether the disc is displaced. ... (9 replies)
... My advice to you is go see a dentist that is boarded by the American Academy of Orofacial Pain or the American Board of Orofacial Pain. The organization you mentioned above is the one who boards the NM dentists. ... (9 replies)
... its typically recommended you have a soft food diet until things calm down. I've also been told to avoid chewing gum. ... (9 replies)
... you need at least a CT scan, and possibly an MRI to determine the state of the muscles. An MRI will tell you the status and location of the disk that is normally located between the fossa and the mandible. ... (11 replies)
Mar 22, 2007
... If you just like to know whether the discs are in the correct place, i can tell you now that i'm certain they are not. You're limited opening gave it away. ... (10 replies)
Mar 21, 2007
... rapy, which may be a good idea. But I'd really like to know whether the discs are in the correct place or not before starting physical therapy, and I'm guessing MRI would be the best way to see that? ... (10 replies)
... You should run as fast as you can from surgery. ... (5 replies)
Can Anyone Help?
Jan 23, 2004
... TMJ problems can be confusing and many times it's hard to find the answers we need. ... (5 replies)
... Hi Nicole. Have you seen a TMJ specialist yet, or just the orthodontist who gave you your braces? ... (3 replies)
... Hi RA1745, I have been wearing my TMJ orthotic for about 6 months now. I wear my splint on my upper teeth, and the lower teeth are now evenly contacting the splint. ... (8 replies)
... surgery, perhaps searching for answers like I once did. ... (2 replies)
Brain MRI
Jun 11, 2016
... of MSers without lesions. Also, while a brain MRI will or should find lesions, there are MSers whose lesions present along the spine too. An MRI cannot confirm or deny MS and it is important to have an MS Specialist diagnose you because doctors with little or no MS experience can and do misdiagnose. ... (12 replies)
... Is anyone familiar with what's the exact proposed solution from the nhs for tmj problems are? ... (2 replies)
... First of all let me say how sorry I am to hear of how this is ruling your life and how frustrating this must be to you with the medical profession not being able to help. ... (11 replies)
... Hey guys, my name is Ryan and I'm 22 years old. I've been lurking these boards for almost the last two months. I'm not going to lie, I'm not entirely happy I found it. ... (1 replies)
... There is a book called 'Taking Control of TMJ' by Uppgaard, and a book by Cynthia Peterson. They helped me so much. The first book has exercises you can do as well. I did not go to PT, I just do exercises at home to stretch my jaw, neck and shoulder muscles. ... (13 replies)

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