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... The soft diet depends on how your doctor defines soft. Just ask your doctor to give you some examples of foods that are okay to eat. ... (6 replies)
... n I was younger came back at the end. My father ended up moving in at the end to take care of him but still it can take alot out of a person becoming a caregiver no matter the distance. ... (12 replies)
... I miss so many foods. I have been on soft food diet since 2010 when this all started. I used to really like going out to restaurants but know I hardly go because its such hard time finding things I can eat. ... (7 replies)

... My last thing of note.. I'm going to continue with the heating pack and jaw exercises, and also try a soft diet for awhile. And I meant no chewing w h a t so e v e r. ... (1 replies)
TMJ face change
Feb 27, 2010
... friend has had it 17 years. She has had luck with exercises. What ever you do, don't chew on hard candy, or nuts. That agrivates your jaw and causes swelling. No hard pretzels, you know, the big fat ones, and no chewing on ice cubes. I don't know about stints. Most people get clogged ears when they go up in an airplane. ... (97 replies)
... ialist, not just any dentist. It is a difficult condition to treat, and there are a lot of dentists out there who claim they know about TMJ when really they have no idea, just because it is an expensive condition to treat and they can make a lot of money. ... (3 replies)
... Well, it depends on your restrictions. I've been on soft food diets where that was okay, and I've been on non chewing diets where it wasn't. After my last surgery, I was on liquid and then no chew. Before the surgery, I was just restricted to things that strained my jaw. ... (6 replies)
Rubato
May 3, 2005
... ecause I had the same surgery. But, my right was open joint surgery. I had to spend the night in the hospital. Physical therapy for a month, a new splint, liquid diet for a few weeks and 6 months of no chewing. I was taking Baclofen for awhile and now am just taking Relafen and Elavil. ... (4 replies)
... Suddenly the popping and clicking came while I was doing this wiggling. I stopped after about 15 seconds. I found that I could open my mouth wide with no pain now but with clicking noise. ... (6 replies)
So sick of fish
Apr 3, 2003
... I'm not too familiar with the rules of the soft chew/no chew diet. But if anyone is interested, I've got some fantastic soup recipes. Let me know and I'll email them to whomever wants them. One is for potato leek soup (which is excellent!! It's put in a blender before serving, so there aren't any big pieces in it that need chewing). One is for french onion soup (really rich,... (8 replies)
... I've been on a no chew diet for four months now...I'm so over it. I'm in PT post surgery now and am looking forward to real food again! ... (4 replies)
OralSensor
May 7, 2001
... bascially "no chewing" well, i tried, but must admit it didn't last long, i have not been eating "steak" or anything, but softer foods that do require some chewing but not much pressure. try the heating pad, it may help you too. from what i've read, this is not an easy thing to resolve. UGH!!! ... (7 replies)
... i have had similar symptoms. i also was with an ent for 10 months & had many tests, ct scans etc. nothing significant was found wrong with my ear, but i had constant pain, pressure & ringing. finally, we came to the conclusion that i had an infected wisdom tooth & had it removed. that was 17 months ago & i was symptom free til about a month ago when i started to have pain... (3 replies)
... How did you find out it was a fungal infection though? How did the doctors come to that conclusion? Was it a blood test you had? If it was, I've already had a blood test about a month ago & everything came back normal. (4 replies)
... when chewing etc.But I had pain and fullness in ears,sinus passages ,sore throat sometimes,nervousness ,stiff neck ,jaw,sore teeth etc. ... (4 replies)
... If chewing is painful or difficult then stick to soft foods. Otherwise I would eat as normal. Do wear a flat plane splint at night? ... (1 replies)
Tmj nightmare
Oct 18, 2013
... I can speak from the perspective of being on a liquid diet. I am a female about 5ft 6 in. tall and currently I weigh 113 pounds. I have been on a liquid diet since March and I am still on a liquid diet. Currently I am recovering from TMJ surgery on September 13th. ... (17 replies)
... really listen to what I had to say. He looked at xrays and he can see that my jaw isn't sitting correctly. He said that I don't have any arthritis in the joint. No MRI of CT scan has been performed as he feels that I do not need to have those tests. ... (3 replies)
... I started having pain when chewing which got progressively worse til the point my jaw muscles spasmed and I couldn't open. ... (9 replies)
Acute TMJ
Jul 1, 2012
... ger points in my face but I've held off getting trigger point therapy as I have central sensitization and even gently touching these trigger points causes pain. Chewing has been very difficult for me. I was on a soft food diet for over a year! I still can't bite down on hard things but it's gotten a lot better. ... (14 replies)


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