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Could I have TMJ?
Oct 19, 2005
... No it's not from tmj, but it just seems weird that my entire forehead would ache and my right ear but not my left ear. ... (26 replies)
Could I have TMJ?
Oct 19, 2005
... but could be wrong. ... (26 replies)
... muscle was under cronic tension. He also said that the Jaw TMJ muscle is related to the TVP. ... (0 replies)

... oth ears, sometimes only in one, totally switching back and forth at random. What I was told is that this is normal during the recovery process, which I was told could take a very long time. My ears initially plugged on Dec 17th, but the humming started farther back, sometime in October 2010, so yeah. ... (20 replies)
... plus I was told to no longer wear any orthotics until they could figure out what was wrong. I found the heartbeat sound was the first to go though if that is any consolation. ... (1 replies)
... I've never been told in the past that I have TMJ nor have I had any problems. I do know my bite is really off and out of alignment. ... (10 replies)
... I have asked the board whether I can post the website of what my TMJ dentist has done for me it. It has all the questions and anwers to everything you need to know. ... (15 replies)
... Sure could be. I have a lot of pressure in my right ear, one time there was fluid but never an infection. TMJ can definitely cause fullness in the ear and tinnitus. ... (15 replies)
Question?
Oct 27, 2005
... and that could pinch on nerves and cause aching in your arms I guess. I have not had arm problems tho. Just tight neck, and continous ear humming, and R. temporal lobe spasms. ... (1 replies)
... pitched. If I push my jaw forward, the ringing in my left ear gets louder, and is full for about a minute. ... (11 replies)
... you could try NUCCA and ICAK for chiros. ... (9 replies)




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