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TMJ Disorder -TemporoMandibular Joint Board Index
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... years I think in middle school. The past 6 years I have had TMJ and the past 4 it has been horrible, splint after splint. The past 6 months I am getting migraines basically DAILY. ... (9 replies)
... do that too where they put some type of gauge in my mouth or something where I had to keep it open. I just don't know what to do anymore though. If it came back normal for me I have no idea what the exact problem is. ... (3 replies)
... Hey, I know this doesn't help your questions but I had a question about what type of MRI you had done? ... (3 replies)

... Xrays or my spine normal. MRI of brain normal. Everytime I went to the gym I would get very dizzy and my neck would spasm up. Not painful.. just really stiff. ... (0 replies)
No TMJ, now what?
Sep 26, 2013
... Take care and tell us when the MRI is done and what the results are. ... (5 replies)
No TMJ, now what?
Sep 24, 2013
... t to have and then finding out the next day that my CT scan showed no abnormalities that would explain why I have jaw pain. The doctor said I will be getting an MRI scan done next but I just don't see the point anymore. ... (5 replies)
... Don't know where you are in Spain, but after writing you I seemed to recall reading a scientific article authored by Spanish oral surgeons when I was doing research on my own problem (I need to surgery to remove an osteochondroma on the condoyle among other things) - Here is the cite to the article authors and the hospitals that they are affiliated with. This article is from... (13 replies)
... A CT scan, I believe, should be able to show your condoyles more clearly than a panoramic exray. Also if the MRI wasn't specifically looking at the the TMJ joint, then get another one done. ... (13 replies)
... guy felt my jaws and heard them clicking, but of course it's not really his speciality. However, he has seen many people who have come to him complaining of ear pain etc., which was in fact caused by TMJD. I shall definitely try to have a CT scan. ... (13 replies)
... guy felt my jaws and heard them clicking, but of course it's not really his speciality. However, he has seen many people who have come to him complaining of ear pain etc., which was in fact caused by TMJD. I shall definitely try to have a CT scan. ... (13 replies)
... I know that dealing with this TMJ stuff can be extremely frustrating. ... (14 replies)
... right about getting an MRI... at least then I'd have more of an idea about what I'm up against. Thanks for the pointer on that device too. Is that standard with TMJ MRIs? ... (15 replies)
Face Pain and MRI
Oct 16, 2010
... and then as the day progresses, it feels worse. OTC pain relievers just dull the pain a bit, nothing really removes it. ... (4 replies)
... In my late twenties I noticed sharp pain and tenderness on my left jaw in front of the ear. I found a palpable mass there that was tender. If I opened my jaw I could feel it sliding over the jaw. ... (4 replies)
... I developed an open bite at 30. No one can tell me why. Had an MRI and my TMJs looks normal. My TMJ pain is almost always present, but not horrible. I thought about getting orthodontics but decided against it. ... (4 replies)
Severe ear pain
May 14, 2009
... Ear pain and "fullness" since Jan. Been to ENT and had a normal MRI, so not the ear....dentist made a bite guard, hasn't helped but said I do have TMJ issues. Is the ear pain with TMJ REALLY bad? ... (3 replies)
... s were obtained. The articular disc of the right TMJ joint shows mild anterior displacement on closed mouth views with no reduction on open mouth views, however, normal anterior translation of the mandibular condyle is noted, otherwise normal. Normal MRI appearance of the left TMJ joint. ... (9 replies)
... I posted this same thing in the pain mgt. ... (6 replies)
... I just got the MRI results back today. Anterior Displacement with reduction on right side, left side is normal. Condyle and everything else are reported as healthy looking. ... (14 replies)
... daches that I took advil for. I was worried that it might be a stroke due to the tingling. go to the doc and he doesn't think it's a stroke, sends me to have an MRI which results as normal. then sends me to a neurologist who also finds nothing. meanwhile my SIL who is a dental hygienist suggested it might be TMJ. ... (5 replies)




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