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TMJ Disorder -TemporoMandibular Joint Board Index
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... Honey I would trade with you in a milisecond!!! this tooth and ear pain is unbearable and I wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy. ... (19 replies)
... I have a kid dealing with this mess for over a year and a half. It all began while he was in middle school in braces. ... (19 replies)
... I had a follow up with my GP today ... he got the report from my MRI of the TMJ... he said it showed there was water in the joint, which was nothing serious it was just inflamation.. but HELLLLLLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO there is my ear fullness ... ... (19 replies)

... this is due to the grinding, normally bruxism is prevalent on back teeth and with serious cases it can cause teeth to wear down or even crack some of them which could necessitate removal. Has your dentist noticed higher wear on your molars or is this grinding quite recent? ... (8 replies)
... I thought it was related to having my tonsils and adnoids removed when I was younger. Pretty much it was limited to ear aches, frequent popping while driving with windows open, difficulty going under water and horrible pain whenever I went on an airplane. ... (13 replies)
... compresses for a month, and use of a nightguard. ... (5 replies)
... Most of the time it's a constant dull kind of pain. I feel like I just went swimming for two hours and just got out of the pool and there's water stuck in my ear. Or something like that. It's hard to explain. ... (38 replies)
... Sarah, I'm sorry you're feeling so awful, I've only had TMJ for about 7 weeks as far as I know, but I've definitely been there too. ... (11 replies)
... chronic continuous severe head pain of mainly constant intensity, sometimes gets worse, but never goes away. ... (17 replies)

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