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... I suppose the temporal bone could effect your TMJ, but I would guess that most of your problems are because of the mandible bone. The temporal bone is very locked in place where as the mandible can move all over the place. Have you had X-rays and MRI's done on your head? With me... My only TMJ problem before everything went crazy was the occasional left side TMJ disc... (6 replies)
TMJ and dizziness?
Dec 25, 2004
... eft ear kept popping constantly and my vioce sounded really weird when I talked. I could hear the popping especially when I opened my mouth to talk or when I was chewing gum, which I do alot. The popping continued for a while while I had the dizziness but has now slacked off. ... (8 replies)

... Hi: Your symptoms sure sound like TMJ to me. TMJ affects our quality of life very deeply but getting many health care professionals and often our family to understand that can be difficult. Often once you have the diagnosis of TMJ finding proper treatment can be extremely frustrating. I absolutely understand your feelings of anger and frustration. Once you have your... (2 replies)
... is squeezing my head right below my ears. Also, my jaw...which has always popped a little...feels very stiff and the muscles feel very fatigued...like I've been chewing gum for hours. And, typically my back teeth ache. I have been back and forth to see the doctor for months now. ... (2 replies)
... to just chew food on opposite side, no chewing gum, no grinding my teeth. ... (7 replies)
... the petrotympanic fissures behind the joint, the nerves and blood vessels that run through it and all the symptoms of tmj dysfunction which include tinnitus and vertigo etc.. ... (7 replies)
... Hello, I am new here.. but have read often. I will try to make this as short as possible, but I have verbal diarriah (no fourms for that here, heh). So, please bear with me. I am a 23 year old Male, who always likes his music loud. I grew up in my frustrated and "anti" everything teenage years, glued to a discman and headphones. "Play it loud, or don't play it all"... (10 replies)




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