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... erent case so i tried liquid food and hot and cold packs for weeks and the pain level is the same.. and no meds have worked either but try it for the first weeks you might not need any invasive prosedure or anything .. for me what get rid of the pain is tmj lavage and botox injections .. it helped a lot actually.... ... (1 replies)
... and I have always been a teeth clencher. About 6 weeks ago, I started having widespread pain on the left side of my head and neck. Over the course of the day, I might get pain behind my eye, in my ear, sinus area, glands under my chin and into my neck. ... (1 replies)
... So what I thought was swollen parotid glands, appears to be huge knots of muscle on my TMJ joints and even extends behind my jaw underneath my ear and, under the jaw itself. ... (11 replies)

... Hi, I haven't actually had a TMJ Replacement yet but awaiting one to happen in the next month but as I said before it will happen under one operation. ... (36 replies)
... t off my shoulders. I had blurring vision, clicking, popping and locking in my left jaw. I had dizziness, ringing in my ears, pain down my jaw and swelling in my glands around my jaw. Oh wow, I had TMJ for years before I actually found out what it was. I have known for about 18 years that my problem is TMJ. ... (7 replies)
... Do you know what an NTI is? ... (6 replies)
... alists as I didn't connect it was related to my dental visit. My symptoms are severe right ear pain, right jaw pain, right throat pain, headache sometimes, right glands hurt, clicking popping sounds when chewing, tight digastric muscle pain.... ... (8 replies)
... My dentist suggests having a guard made to protect my teeth and reduce the tension pressure on my jaw. ... (8 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. ... (8 replies)
... Thank you so much lancewan for your reply. Thats really relieving to hear. I googled tmj symptoms but there wasnt anything on submandibular swelling, only a bit on parotid salivary gland swelling due to blockages etc. i seriously thought i had cancer! ... (8 replies)
... Grinding teeth normally is stress related or due to other worries, yes you can have swollen glands especially if you grind a lot as the muscles are continuously under pressure and this tension puts pressure on the surrounding muscles and tissues including the glands. ... (8 replies)
... I had both hands operated on this year for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. ... (11 replies)
... but they eventually settle down and you will feel normal again. ... (10 replies)
TMJ or What?
Apr 21, 2008
... with the tmj joint or condyles. ... (3 replies)
Tmj ?
Feb 20, 2008
... its so hard when this affects younger people and I know as a mom all you want to do is make it go away and ease her pain. Hopefully the night guard or splint will help. Is the dentist that you went to trained in tmj? ... (12 replies)
Typical TMJ
Jan 4, 2008
... and sometimes a tingly numb feeling in my right hand, but I agree that for each of us the symptoms of TMJ can be completely different. Your specialist you are seeing will probably run some tests and give you a really thorough exam and will tell you if it is likely to be TMJ or not. ... (4 replies)
Typical TMJ
Jan 3, 2008
... Its not uncommon for many tmj sufferers to suffer with atypical symptoms meaning you have some symptoms but not all or do not have the more common ones but have more unusual symptoms where the origin can not be medically diagnosed. ... (4 replies)
Typical TMJ
Jan 3, 2008
... I have read that it is not necessary to have joint or jaw pain to have TMJ and I am wondering since I am lacking these symtoms if I really have it. As you might have read I do clentch at night. I do have some crackling in my ears when I move around my jaw and perhaps a pop every other day but doesnt everyone? ... (4 replies)
... you may want to be checked for diabetes or an infection of the salivary glands. It could be though that you are unconsciously keeping your mouth open more than normal in an attempt to stay relaxed even though you are going through a stressful period. ... (6 replies)
... I have similar situation as you. I have lower molar that is sensitive, but TMJ dentist thinks its from clenching.Does it hurt when u push on it? ... (7 replies)

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