... I would also get updated MRI and ask about whether a CT scan of the joint is warranted. ... (3 replies)
... that she is very inflamed to the point that if you touch her she jumps because it hurts so bad. I than brought her to another surgeon as well. They looked at the MRI from after the surgery, did a panoramic and joint images on her. ... (3 replies)
... Ok so here's what's going on. I'm 20 year old I just went through a misscarriage in Septemeber and after that I had lower head near my jaw dull aches. One day I took too much medicine and I was having heart palpitations. ... (0 replies)
... I got a quick 5 minute adjustment 3 times a week. One day I thought it might have helped because my jaw felt pretty good, however shortly after I started noticing that I developed arm and wrist pain that I never had before and then my TMJ came back full force. ... (2 replies)
... nd realized that there was one symptom that I never thought was problematic. While I've experienced tinnitus and eye floaters for about 6 years, I've experienced jaw problems for a longer period of time. ... (0 replies)
... In my case, MRI showed some disc displacement and condyle degeneration. With my disc displaced, my jaw was 'pushed' back into my ear by about 3 mm. Not a lot, but enough to cause a lot of problems. ... (2 replies)
... I am 26 years old and for the past 3 months I've had Tinnitus. I had for years manually, laterally, clicked my jaw joints when under stress, then it became a habit. I mention this in case it is relevant. ... (2 replies)
... My Tmj luckily isn't as bad as some other peoples, but my jaw hurts a lot and I get very bad headaches. I would rather get it feeling better now than wait and have the symptoms get worse. ... (3 replies)
... this can provide a lot of useful information on you joint and the disc in your joint. I would make sure I would have an MRI before starting treatment. YOu may also want to ask whether a CT scan is warranted. ... (3 replies)
... Sorry to hear what your are going through.
What kind of diagnositic tests have you had regarding your TMJ? Have you had an CT Scan, MRI; panoramic exray? These are all important tools in diagnosing what is going on with your TMJ/jaw.
Magnesium can help muscles relax but to be honest I don't believe its a cure all. My doctor said if I wanted to try magnesium (I have... (5 replies)
... My understanding is that gabapentin is supposed to treat nerve pain. YOu should try it you haven't. I do understand that you have take fairly high doeses for it work (its safe). I had amitryptaline and it didn't do anything for me - just spaced me out. But Everyone responds differently when it comes to pain.
Do you think you clench/grind at night? If so you should be... (4 replies)
... how much are jaw MRI's (3 replies)
... I notice you posted this about a month ago, but I had an MRI done several weeks ago. ... (3 replies)
... What's really important is to get your jaw moving again, otherwise the discs can become permanently damaged and deformed and that can cause further complications. ... (2 replies)
... Before the splint was ready, I was eating soup one night and heard a small noise in my joint, and got super excited that my jaw was going to unlock. ... (2 replies)
... islocated three years ago and I've had trouble breathing and extreme uncomfortableness in that joint since then. I talked to a surgeon and he wants to do double jaw surgery to increase my airway. I'm wondering if anyone has had this done or has any opinion on it. ... (0 replies)
... but my jaw isn't noticeably different. ... (12 replies)
... I forgot to mention with the mri my doctor is concerned because he thinks there is a whole in my bone around that area that is causing my left disc to be trapped. ... (12 replies)
... rapy right after. He has done many papers and actually is one of the people that came up with the pain pump for the joint replacement. We did find out through a MRI that I do have both discs in between my joints are dislocated without going back into the proper position. ... (12 replies)
... Hi my jaw is messed up and crooked too! ... (2 replies)