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... a few minutes after I take them, my tongue feels almost numb but not completely then goes back to normal. ... (2 replies)
... you could be grinding your teeth at night. bruxing. due to anxiety. if your tooth is numb you may have damage a nerve. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, I have numb gum/teeth up top and I think I'm in good dental health. I do have a cold and cough right now. I was wondering if anxiety could be causing this maybe? (3 replies)

... Just wondering if anyone ever gets like these weird muscle aches that make your legs go numb and it feels as though they are really hot and numb. I also have TMJ and my muscles in my neck and face actually go numb. I clench my jaw without evenknowing it. ... (3 replies)
... I do this but it has gotten tons better than it was. Keep track of it, if your teeth start to hurt, talk to your dentist. He can fit you with a splint that fits over your teeth. ... (2 replies)
... I have not experienced the numb tongue but I did have the jaw tightening when I was on Cymbalta last year. ... (2 replies)
... Try to tack to see if you are hyperventelating when you feel this. When I hyperventilate, my lips go numb. (3 replies)
... I had my wisdom teeth out when I was 16 and it wasn't bad at all. ... (5 replies)
... Before I started to take my meds, my ex wife said she could hear me grinding my teeth from the opposite side of the house (I was sleeping by the way). When I woke up it was difficult to open my mouth as all the muscles were tensed up. I did it subconciously until my meds kicked in. I have no idea what med made it stop (Effexor, Wellbutrin, Temazapam, Remeron, Lithium) ... (2 replies)
... in my chin and upper and lower teeth at the front of my mouth. ... (3 replies)
Numb tongue?
Sep 15, 2006
... Zoloft has been associated with jaw clenching and teeth grinding, so I guess it is possible that is happening to you at night and you are feeling these strange after-effects when you're awake. Just a thought. If you're going to stick with the medication, you may want to try a mouth guard (you can get one over the counter at a large drugstore, online, or you can have your... (1 replies)
... I also tend to grind my teeth at night, and I've been pretty sick with the flu..maybe it's from that? ... (1 replies)
... stress that we suffer can cause so many physical side affects that we don't realize. I have had to very conciously think about it so I don't clench my teeth when upset. ... (6 replies)
... that I also had bilateral sciatica. I was in pain to begin with now the pain has subsided. I still am VERY stiff through all my legs. When I sit down my feet go numb and especially my big toe. I received at CT scan of my lower spine and it was free of anything. ... (1 replies)
... grinding teeth during the day. Sometimes, the tinyest, irrational things will get me very irritated and cry and feel hopeless about my condition. ... (4 replies)
... Yeah are you clentching your teeth? Because I do this when under stress pretty often.I cannot control it sometimes and then of course after time my jaws are aching.This is from stress.Today I have been feeling just tired and ill and the left side of my face is numb yet again (went through the numb face months back) but I believe its all stress so it will pass. (6 replies)
... People can have different panic symptoms, like you can have that numb thing and it's "normal" for you but not me.. But just so happens that I get that numb on one side of the head thing too. ... (7 replies)
... So yeah, soccermom, I might be grinding my teeth or so or putting more preassure on the left side... It kinda moves on me... ... (14 replies)
... Hello all, I have been sitting here reading a lot of posts searching for another who feels Like me simo I thought I would start a conversation where we could list our symptoms and find someone to talk to who suffers just like we do... So here is my list... It's long and even strange to me... I have: shoulder and upper back pain, neck pain, heavy legs, headache, ... (4 replies)
... I think many people get jaw pain from habitual teeth grinding which is not a TMJ disorder and which is commonly stress related. ... (5 replies)


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