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... Hi Jitterbug, It sounds like you have been through the ringer with this disease. I am so so sorry for your pain and discomfort. I currently do not have symptoms as severe as yours. If the surgery irritated the cranial nerve system... it may be possible that over time the nerve could heal. Have you ever tried a pain gel before- i believe there are some that aim to relieve... (11 replies)
... Oh my goodness girl! I feel for you so much. I'm sorry you had to go through that. I understand the desperation, the feeling of constantly racing through ideas and 'what if's". That's interesting that you're on anticonvulsants because I was prescribed topamax but for me it didn't seem to work, but I also may not have given it enough time to work. Every once in a while the... (4 replies)
... down your face and sends messages to your eyes, ears and jaw, which makes me think that this nerve may have been damaged during one of the operations i had on my jaw and chin. ... (11 replies)

... eration to try and repair the damage to my jaw. I was a victim of domestic violence and my ex broke my nose, shattered my left cheek bone and knocked my chin and jaw out of place. The operation resolved my TMD for a year but when i had the op to put my chin back in the right place it started my TMD off again. ... (4 replies)
... t the time my bite wasn't as bad. I've had more work done 2 months ago and I'm worse off. I did have crackling for a min but it went away and so did the very bad jaw pain and ear pain. i think it's because I brace my bite with wax or cotton, so it acts as a splint I think, it does still click now just not as bad. ... (22 replies)
... Good to hear from you... I am so happy to have someone to talk back and forth with, so thank you for that. Definitely explain to your doctor how difficult your sleeping has become. What about valium or xanax? I am going to ask my GP about valium- it is supposed to really help with muscle relaxation as well as sleep. The only issue is you can become dependant on it, but... (22 replies)
... If you're having issues with your neck muscles on the same side as the jaw tightness, then maybe your neck is the culprit. The jaw and neck muscles work together so when one system is out of whack it effects the other. ... (7 replies)
... Sorry to hear about your troubles. Many of your symptoms can be a result of jaw dysfunction so I believe you to be in the right place for possible answers. I myself struggle with neck, jaw, face, and head pain. ... (5 replies)
... Clicking sound in both jaw points, especially when fingers are in ears. ... (0 replies)
... ot live in pain. My TMJ was caused because I clenched during the day 18 months ago. I was under a lot of stress at work, and would clench on pencils. I had an MRI done and scan showed that I have bilateral anterior meniscal dislocations with recapture upon jaw opening. ... (8 replies)
... I appreciate you sharing your story. Sounds like you are well on your road to recovery. I take mobic which is an anti-inflammatory and tried a muscle relaxer but that didnt prove to help at all. I am still attending physical therapy but I will look and see if I can find a good chiropractor that can do active release. Chiropractors always kind of scared me with all that popping... (3 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)
Brain MRI
Jun 11, 2016
... of MSers without lesions. Also, while a brain MRI will or should find lesions, there are MSers whose lesions present along the spine too. An MRI cannot confirm or deny MS and it is important to have an MS Specialist diagnose you because doctors with little or no MS experience can and do misdiagnose. ... (12 replies)
... I know this is in my not too distant future and I just don't know how to figure out who is the best. I am in Florida. I know people probably travel but I don't know logistically how that would work with initial consults, then going for MRI's, having the surgery, follow ups, etc. Thanks! (0 replies)
... It could be TMJD. Have you had a MRI to check if your disc are ok? ... (1 replies)
... I'm sorry to say I don't have an answer for you, but I am interested in following your post. I am 31 and after a year of head and face pain was finally given a Jaw MRI that revealed what I'd been suggesting all along - articular disc disorder and osteoarthritis. You can imagine how devastating this is as a young mother with a lot of life to live. I've been on... (4 replies)
... een referred to surgeon, someone who trained under Wolford. I have an appt scheduled for the 26th. I can find no good stories for surgery. The left side of my jaw I'm told was injured at some point and my body compensated. It is shorter than my right. ... (13 replies)
... crackling, hyperacusis, jaw soreness, jaw deviation, neck soreness, and occasional jaw pain when yawning. As most of you already know, they often get unbearable. ... (3 replies)
... s jaw pain issues. ... (2 replies)




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