... but I just wanted to reassure you that the tinnitus did eventually calm down a lot. Ive tried loads of treatments many of which didn't work. ... (3 replies)
... Around January of this year I woke up with a very stiff jaw and a horrible humming and ringing sound in my ears. At night when I would lay down on my back my jaw would hurt some kind of bad. ... (0 replies)
I am relatively new here as well, but wanted to comment as I have some similar symptoms.
I have tinnitus, ear pain, some sound sensitivity as well as jaw/facial pain, headaches, neck/shoulder/back pain and had (though now gone) tingling in the face and chin.
This can be very unsettling and cause tremendous anxiety.
I have read some very encouraging success... (3 replies)
... did you end up seeing anyone for your tinnitus and tmj issues? ... (1 replies)
... I also have osteoarthritis in my jaw joints, and in a few other joints in my body. In both jaw joints, it causes my teeth to "shift" or move slightly to one side, so that I often bite down on the side of my cheek. ... (3 replies)
... related or jaw related surgery? ... (1 replies)
... Eat soft foods. If exercise makes your jaw worse, avoid it. Try to keep your jaw as relaxed and rested as possible. ... (3 replies)
... That being said, that's not necessary that that will be your case. A lot of people stop experiencing tinnitus after a little while. ... (3 replies)
... and my right jaw suddenly popped and now whenever I open my jaw it pops. The jaw popping feels as though it is just infront of my right ear. It aches too. ... (3 replies)
... years I have been experiencing chronic facial pain just below the eyes and all in the cheek bones. This has been accompanied by minor clicking and cracking in my jaw when I open my mouth and popping in my ears along with a constant buzzing in both ears. The pain and ringing are both worse on my left side. ... (1 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)
... ill turn to high frequency tones. Sometimes it's worse in one ear, sometimes in the other. But if I chew, or grit my teeth, it gets more intense. If I jut my jaw to the right, it gets MUCH louder, and if I do TMJ exercises, I start getting all kinds of new pitches moving. I also get the pain in the base of my skull. ... (11 replies)
... also my right leg will get pins and needles if I sit for too long. I have tinnitus in both sides, but my right ear has been muffled for a little under a year. I also can't breathe through the right side of my nose too well. ... (11 replies)
... Check my thread, I have similar symptoms. Mine started with dizziness issues, then tmj dysfunction and many tinnitus sounds there without any jaw movement. ... (11 replies)
... I can 't really do anything to make them stop with my jaw I think. I think high pitch is more common who has constant either that started with their TMJ problems? ... (1 replies)
... I am able to drastically alter my tinnitus by pushing my jaw against my hand to the left or right. This increases my tinnitus volume and proceeds with a loud hiss in my left or right ear for a few seconds. ... (0 replies)
... Hi I have TMJ with Tinnitus . Recently seen Integrated Dentist who adapted Dentures both lower and above which are both partial by adding height on both to level out my jaw. ... (1 replies)
... I'm 22 and i have been suffering from tinnitus for 4 years now and i tested my ears many many times and it was fine! ... (1 replies)
T-Scan is not anything that innovative other than it is another expensive piece of equipment LVI dentist buy and then need to pay for by luring TMJ patients. Beware...this is a neuro-muscular dentist that will charge you thousands of dollars for appliance therapy and then phase 2 treatment. Do your research before you spend your money. This type of dentistry is... (8 replies)