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... I would definitely get a 2nd opinion on this and maybe a 3rd. If you condyle is deformed I am not sure that will do anything. ... (3 replies)
... he removed scar tissue that formed around the disc and mobilized my jaw while I was under anesethetic. My head was wrapped in pressure bandages for the night but the next day the came off. The pain wasn't that bad. ... (3 replies)
... I know this is very late but I just started having this problem for the last 3 months. I'm not sure if its my GERD or TMJ but I have both so it's hard to pinpoint. My jaw, neck, ear, throat and left shoulder hurt. ... (20 replies)

Hello, I have TMJ
Nov 10, 2014
... The pain starts from the jaw, goes up to the temple and a bit above it, down to the ear and the neck. It's like a line, which, if I touch and press harder, hurts like hell. ... (2 replies)
Tinnitus and TMJ?
Sep 16, 2014
... I had TMJD that manifested as ear symptoms. In my case, the stuffiness came first, then the pain, then the ringing. It took me a long time to figure out the diagnosis. ... (2 replies)
... Go see a dentist specialisting in myofascial pain - you may also want to see a neurologist. (4 replies)
... I have never had problems with my tmj before but lately am having real bad pain on my right side directly in front of my ear with this pressure in my ear. ... (4 replies)
... I'm a 63 yr old male and the first TMJ symptom I ever had was a year ago. One morning right after I woke up, it seemed my the left side of my jaw slipped out of joint. ... (0 replies)
... Can TMJ cause weird brain problems like brain fog or a numbness feeling in the head? ... (5 replies)
... I've had this ever since I've had problems with the right side of my jaw. Could it be that my TMJ issue is causing a problem with my eustachian tube or something? ... (0 replies)
... I have the same dizziness. If I try to read text on my computer screen, it looks like it's falling. When I blink, it moves back up to the original position and begins falling again. Over and over. If I look at a book sitting on a table, the book looks like it is rising. My ears feel hot at all times. ... (13 replies)
... I wondered myself how many others had Dizziness, ear problems and TMJ. ... (13 replies)
... I've been a HealthBoard member since 2006 due to some severe reflux issues I have. It was only when I figured out I also had TMJ symptoms that I started frequenting the TMJ board. ... (12 replies)
... They do testing that ENT's don't. A good Audiologist could help rule out some other ear problems. ... (20 replies)
... I had facial numbness develop last May. It started with my nose and spread down to just below my lower lip and over the bottom half of my ears. I've seen my PCP a couple times, my ENT, my TMJ doc a couple times and my PT. ... (13 replies)
TMJ ear pain????
Apr 26, 2008
... Check out the inner ear board. My posts are under snh39. I've conversed with many people about the correlation between ear problems and tmj related issues. ... (6 replies)
... I am having terrible ear fullness and dizziness almost daily and wondering if this is related to TMJ? ... (6 replies)
... after a few sessions with a Upper Cervical Chiro. Warm moist compresses or a heating pad helped as well every few hours. Sometimes I would just sit in the shower and let the warm water run on my head for a few mins while I massaged the areas around my ears and neck. ... (13 replies)
... pain at the temples of my head, and to touch the bones in my face, they are very tender. ... (2 replies)
... I don't have any constant noise in any of my ears. I'm just wondering if a full feeling ear can somehow trick you into thinking you have hearing loss. ... (26 replies)


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