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... I have the joint pain also and lots of stiffness. My knees hurt so much that I can't sleep. I do take Tylenol also and Motrin and I think the Tylenol works better. ... (3 replies)
... I have type one trigeminal neuralgia and the main sign I have is pain in the teeth on the left side of my face that are not caused by dental causes. ... (3 replies)
My teeth hurt!!!!
Aug 29, 2010
... Hello all. A lot of you guys sound exactly like me. To put it short, i have teeth pain but it's not coming grom the teeth. I'v had root canals,apics and teeth pulled only to find the pain is still there. X rays are fine and the 7 dentists have no clue why i am having pain. ... (15 replies)

Oct 17, 2005
... LJoy I have experienced sharp teeth pain and then it went away I have a friend who was dx'd based on the pain in his mouth/teeth and I asked my neuro and he said yes you can have pain in your teeth when you have MS I took Motrin for it and drank thru a straw until it went away and the pain had nothing to do w/dental decay Hang in there :wave: (6 replies)
... Tinnitus can be MS related. ... (2 replies)
Teeth pain from ms
Oct 28, 2008
... I have not had any pain in my teeth from MS. Would some numbing gel help? ... (1 replies)
Teeth pain from ms
Oct 28, 2008
... I have MS for 45 years now my teeth is hurting the nerves in my mouth are hurting real bad are they anthing i can do/ Phyllisann Thank you (1 replies)
... going, always tired, mood swings, itchy, lack of energy, face pain, red rash on my cheeks, cheek bone pain, sinus problem, headaches, stiff neck, sharp shooting pain in top of my head, just feeling really bad, CRP Up. ... (5 replies)
... t all. But it felt "strange" somehow if I pushed on the back teeth. It stayed like that for a few days, and then the feeling spread from the upper, back, right teeth to the upper, front, right teeth. Not exactly numb, certainly no pain, just felt kind of "wrong. ... (6 replies)
Chronic pain in MS
Jan 18, 2002
... Oh Dianne, that is almost funny, about a doctor telling you that MS does not involve pain! ... (2 replies)
... ss of muscular coordination may result in a diminished ability to maintain oral hygiene. This preliminary study examined the dental health status of 22 volunteer MS patients. ... (12 replies)
TMJ or MS?
Jun 3, 2005
... I am undergoing testing for MS now. I feel pretty sure from all of my research that eventually it will show. I have only been symptomatic for almost a year now so I am in the early stages. ... (9 replies)
Jun 21, 2012
... ource of current problems could be found. Then that my trouble is very likely not related to the CIS. They recommended to see a dentist as they thought it may be teeth related. ... (10 replies)
... early September, I started feeling this very bad pain in my lower back towards my right leg sometimes me left. ... (3 replies)
Could it be ms
Aug 13, 2014
... An MS Specialist is the best doctor to see to be able to run a diagnostic regarding the possibility of MS. ... (5 replies)
... entirely different diseases which can appear similarly, but are ruled out by blood work, and other tests. As you know, MS is the ONLY one which doesnt have a distinct test to dx it. ... (6 replies)
Maybe MS?
Oct 4, 2008
... n it.. but if I bend my knee there isn't enough strength to hold up my weight.. walking is out of the question... After mentioning this he said it could possibly MS but really unlikely.. he just mentioned it for the rare just in case.. ... (7 replies)
... health issue, because it is recognized that I have MS, the doctor's initial reaction may be simply "That's MS causing it". ... (15 replies)
Could this be MS?
Sep 15, 2005
... wasn't sure what to think. Since I have some symtoms tha aren't typical to Lupus and my friend went directly to MS when I described them, here I am. ... (29 replies)
... Acute MS pain. These come on suddenly and may go away suddenly. They are often intense but can be brief in duration. The description of these acute pain syndromes are sometimes referred to as burning, tingling, shooting, or stabbing. ... (7 replies)

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