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... Hi, my mother who is now 83 was diagnosed with tmj about 5 years ago. ... (0 replies)
... ble diagnosis for it how naive that you jump to a conclusion and go to the treatment phase where you don't know even the underlying issue which triggers all this TMJ nightmare in the first place, for me I'm done with doctors and i might do the DTR Therapy ASAP. it starts to go down my arms though. ... (10 replies)
... how to fix it at this rate. I'm at a loss. Some days I just don't even want to be alive anymore due to having to deal with this issue. I always thought it was a TMJ issue but I seriously have no idea anymore. ... (1 replies)

... it last long. A few times it's like I've managed to break a wall and it starts bubbling in my right ear. I can't really explain it better. They click whenever I swallow and in many other situations too. ... (9 replies)
... Do not, whatever you do, get surgery unless your case is so extreme that you really are seriously disfigured. One thing to note: you will not get better if you don't make a serious effort to correct your posture and the function of your tongue. At rest your tongue should be all the way up on the roof of your mouth. It acts as a counterbalance to the masseter and you can't... (1 replies)
Eating With TMJ
May 26, 2016
... you can basically swallow them whole. Cottage cheese, applesauce. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, when I started treatment, I was in chronic pain honestly. Sleep, eating and day to day life was pretty painful due to headaches and muscle soreness around my lower neck area. Afterwards, I can honestly say I am in no pain whatsoever. No headaches, and good sleep. Interesting question. Yes I believe I did have an open bite, which was mostly caused by a thing called tongue... (6 replies)
TMJ and tinnitus
Dec 24, 2014
... Thanks for the replies guys, although no need to be sorry. There are people out there with far worse problems. I have heard that a lot. Of all the comments from people suffering with TMJ I have looked at on forums over the past week a large amount seem to be very dissapointed with the unprofessional and almost nonchalant manner in which their GP has dealt with them. As one... (6 replies)
New TMJ Patient
Dec 9, 2014
... So while I was in today for PT and a splint adjustment... I asked my dentist why my teeth never erupted and met together on the sides... where my normal bite clearly has a gap as indicated by my impressions too. In short, I have a normal sized tongue in a very narrow mouth. My tongue doesn't have room to move and fills the gap in between my teeth allowing me to swallow. My... (6 replies)
My TMJ symptoms
May 25, 2014
... YOu need to see a specialist - sorry to hear you are going through this -you need to get an MRI of your joint. I would also recommend seeing a neurologist to rule any neurological issues. Take care. (2 replies)
My TMJ symptoms
May 8, 2014
... the pain still persists which makes me worry. I also have really bad ringing in my ears which keeps me awake at night also followed by a popping sensation when i swallow or yawn. ... (2 replies)
... It could be - you should see a dentist specialising in oral and facial pain. (1 replies)
Managing TMJ MRI
Apr 1, 2014
... I think the best thing to do is to talk to your doctor about your concern. Maybe a mild sedative or muscle relaxant might help. But swallowing shouldn't in itself i don't think involve movement of the jaw - unless somehow it triggers pain and so then you move. If you have a limited opening - or if the mouth peice causes you to open to wide to the point of pain -then ask the... (3 replies)
Managing TMJ MRI
Mar 31, 2014
... wondering if anyone has advice on how to handle the test while moving as little as possible. I am not claustrophobic so I am not concerned about that. The last TMJ MRI I had was a few years ago. One of the joints was not viewed that clearly because I would move a little when I was swallowing. ... (3 replies)
... I am not sure if I have TMJ or something else. Every so often my jaw will hurt, when I open my mouth it hurts, but doesn't pop and I have no trouble opening my mouth. ... (1 replies)
... k and they are getting progressively worse and I think its the neck muscles that are somehow pressing against my throat and my adam's apple. It can be painful to swallow and even speak. ... (21 replies)
... much everything you have regarding your symptoms. I have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, through the process of elimination and over a five year time period. TMJ is definitely an ugly part of this picture. ... (21 replies)
... You're right, I don't know what is normal anymore. I assume since I only get the pop on the left side which is my bad side that it is not normal. Most likely TMJ related (2 replies)
... My left ear, which is my bad TMJ side, clicks pretty much every time I swallow anything including just my saliva. It can be pretty darn annoying. Not quite sure the cause of this. ... (2 replies)
... The good news is that the spasms in my sleep have now stopped. The bad news is that I haven't been able to swallow food for over 2 weeks and I'm thinking this could be down to an esophageal stricture. ... (16 replies)

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