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TMJ Disorder -TemporoMandibular Joint Board Index
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... Hi everybody. I am a newbie on TMJ problem. I was known to have it about 9 weeks ago and it has totally ruined my life. I can not believe how such a little joint can cause so much changes into one's life. ... (6 replies)
Tmj symptom
Jul 23, 2003
... Most of the time this happens due to muscular problems. You mentioned it's worse when your jaw feels tight. Has anyone told you how wide you can open your mouth? ... (6 replies)
... w you feel! I've lost 10 pounds and I didn't even need to, I love working out and have been fit, but now I am thinner and people are 'worried' about me as if I'm not eating and that is my biggest irritation right now. ... (7 replies)

... For the past 4 years I've been having a range of symptoms that seem to line up with TMJD. ... (0 replies)
... in January 2007, I had all four of my impacted wisdom teeth extracted and it is believed malpractice occurred. I was under IV sedation, so the oral surgeon was the one opening my mouth. ... (11 replies)
Sep 20, 2009
... Eating soft foods like baby food, soups, milkshakes, eggs. This is to relieve the load on the TM joint to cause less muscle activity. ... (5 replies)
... Hi everyone, I would love it if any of you can give me advice on my situation. ... (4 replies)
LTC - how are you?
Aug 23, 2008
... nnel my cocker and when I'd get her home she would always be so excited she would pee in the house, the only times she ever peed in the house. Maybe she did that cause she was mad at me too tho, not sure. ... (93 replies)
... Hope some of these help you. Congratulations and hope all goes well on your big day. ... (2 replies)
... many people get occasional flareups that do not require treatment as the body resolves the problem on its own however if it does progress to becoming chronic do not let it go untreated as tmj can progress to include facial changes, permanent damage to teeth, bones and joints, jaw deviation, imbalanced bite, etc. ... (2 replies)
... Eating soft foods like baby food, soups, milkshakes, eggs. This is to relieve the load on the TM joint to cause less muscle activity. ... (10 replies)
... The alcohol probably helps to relax the muscles in your head that you are tightening up. Believe me, I know what you are talking about. I have all of your symptoms too and I can't help but think alot of them are due to stress. ... (8 replies)
... was considered normal and that even though I have a displaced disc and great amounts of tightness when opening, I am not considered to have the textbook definition of a "true lock". ... (7 replies)
... My biggest symptoms are the popping noises my jaw makes every time i open my mouth. ... (0 replies)
... chronic continuous severe head pain of mainly constant intensity, sometimes gets worse, but never goes away. ... (17 replies)
... 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. Headaches first and jaw pain back in March. ... (15 replies)
Causes of TMJD
Mar 22, 2002
... Opening the mouth too wide. All joints have limitations of movements and the TMJ is no exception. ... (3 replies)
... re not alone. More than 10 million Americans suffer from something called temporomandibular joint disorder, otherwise known as TMJ. ... (11 replies)
At a loss
Jan 4, 2001
... I'm a 19 year female. For a long time, I've had pain in opening and shutting my jaw. ... (4 replies)
... I figured something was in there or that I had eustachian tube blockage. I would always stretch my jaw to try and "pop" my ear to get relief. Sometimes it would help. ... (6 replies)

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