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... My wisdom teeth came through on wonky angles and I think they may be the cause of my jaw pain and migraines, and my husband thinks so, but I'm wondering whether they aren't, as I know TMJ and RSD are closely related. ... (14 replies)
... I do get bad head aches, i gues you can call them migraines also since having RSD. I had bad head aches before RSD, but like you they were very rare to hit me, but now that I have had RSD i have been getting migraines alot more freq. now. ... (14 replies)
... when I tighten my jaw a pain takes place at the top, back place in my head (1 replies)

... I did have xrays and the dentist was kind of willing to take them out, but she didn't know anything about RSD and was reluctant to anything because of my pain meds, seemed a bit too complicated for her. So I wasn't convinced enough to go through with it. ... (14 replies)
... I've been having some pain with my teeth and jaw lately, too. I never had it before the RSD. I think I've figured out what mine stems from, though. ... (14 replies)
... I have had terrible headaches, from the neck to behind my eyes- and jaw-pain due to CRPS, I believe, was never there before. I would not let anyone do anything invasive without very stronge proof of neceacity(spl?). Even a blood-work needle make me in a flare. And to pull out your theeth is invasive! :nono: Have you been to the dentist for X-ray's etc. first to see if... (14 replies)
... my TMJ problems several years ago. Clenching your teeth, even at night when we aren't aware that we are doing it can lead to severe tooth and gum problems. The pain you are feeling behind your eyes, temple and neck could all be related to your jaw. One telltale sign to look for is a constant earache. ... (14 replies)
... ad having to fight through the migranes. When I got my last check up in June of this year, my dentist stated that my teeth are fine and the complications with my jaw are caused by the RSD triggereing the sympathetic nervous system. Now, since I have my first had the block, things have gotten worse. ... (14 replies)
... Hi Eveyone! :wave: I'm glad that Kate brought up the RSD & dental pain. I've had nothing but problems with my teeth since I've had RSD. I had to have an emergency root canal in 1/2003, & I've had nothing but problems with that tooth on the left w/ other teeth on the left. :confused: RSD is on my left upper extremity. RSD can spread to the teeth & is myofacial pain. I... (14 replies)
... Hi sillygirl! You gave some good points about the teeth pain. I had my wisdom teeth pulled when I was 19. My dentists here, the rootcanal guy says that I need to have the root canal redone(at $750 is he crazy?) and poked the bottom tooth that hurts more, & I almost kicked him, & charged me $89 for that 10 minute exam. When I went back to my normal dentist, who didn't charge... (14 replies)
... facial massage will help and also a massage of the scalp and neck. U may even find ur shoulders are tense...as I said...it is all connected. Good luck with ur jaw pain... ... (1 replies)
... Hello Timko! Yes, I did a thread not that long ago on dental pain and RSD, which after this I will pull up so you can read it. I have had nothing but dental problems since being diaganosed wioth RSD!! ... (2 replies)
Tooth Pain
Oct 25, 2004
... jaw pain that goes up the side of my head and turns into a migraine. ... (8 replies)
... I'm taking Neurontin and naprosyn. (14 replies)
... :wave: Hi Sandson looks like you beat me to the punch by 2 minutes! I'll tell you what my meds are on their side effect sheets that cause mouth dryness. I know I drink alot of water day & night. I'll break mine down by teeth first than eyes. TEETH:Xanax(dry throat) Remeron-anti depressant-(dry mouth) EYES: Percocet, & Neurontin both with blurred vision & dry eyes. I got... (14 replies)
... :wave: Hi Siillygirl! GOOD POINT! It's called Sjogrens Syndrome. This syndrome is caused by inflamation in the glands of the body. In the teeth, inflamation of the glands that produce saliva in the mouth leads to mouth dryness. Inflamation in the glands that produce tears lead to decreased water production for tears and eye dryness.90% of Sjogren's syndrome are female. :eek: ... (14 replies)
... Is it possible that you tell us what medicines that your dentist felt caused teeth decay. (14 replies)
... One thing I forgot to mention in my last post. I was actually in to see my dentist in July for a cleaning and gave him a list of my meds. He said I will have to be careful because some of them can cause tooth problems. It sounded like some of the meds actually cause your mouth to dry out, which can cause a lot of bacteria to build up on the teeth and gums. If someone has... (14 replies)
... Hi Sandson :wave: Oh my gosh, I just posted on the other thread of workers comp, & my RSD brain, I forgot that you posted here too. :eek: What I wanted to say there, you just said it here. After your first block things got worse. The same thing happened to me!!!! I had 2 nerve blocks in the neck in 11/02 & 12/2, & that's when my left tooth needed an "emergency root canal". The... (14 replies)
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