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... A.Objectionable scarring of the incision line, possibly requiring later revision. ... (3 replies)
... This is an example of a consent form. Be assured, if something goes wrong the doctor is not responsible. ... (7 replies)
... I never signed a consent form like this, nor was I advised of all this. I do remember signing one saying the doctor was not responsible for the outcome. I guess that should have told me something. ... (18 replies)

Jul 20, 2007
... hat would probably be described as "tension" headaches, as they often had the "headband" type pain that went with them, in my temples. They occurred at any time of the day, with no particular pattern, and weren't affected by work or strain. ... (11 replies)
... my ears, plus some resultant hearing loss. ... (5 replies)
... I get more of a crackling and sometimes gurgling sounds. ... (8 replies)
... Not sure if you can rule out TMJ! About 13 years ago, I woke up one morning and kept falling over. ... (9 replies)
Sep 10, 2012
... Wow, it appears there are a lot of new people to this board who are experiencing ear pain. I know that was what led me to the board as well. ... (6 replies)
New Here
Apr 26, 2004
... had a sinus infection, but it never went away. my whole face hurt. then about 2 months ago i started having neck pain and the muscles would knot up at the base of my skull. the vertigo and dizzyness were making me feel horrible, all the time. i feel like i'm going to pass out evertime i stand up because of the pressure. ... (4 replies)
... o central indicators. Sounds like BPV but no evidence to support this" Again no diagnosis! In 1994, I saw a neurotolist and another ENG. This time "suspicion of stroke or damage during or shortly after surgery. ... (1 replies)
Tongue involvement
May 16, 2002
... The tongue can often be involved in tmj. There is a fissure behind your tmj joint through which a number of nerves and blood vessels travel. If you have problems with your tmj, these nerves can be compressed. ... (5 replies)
Cyme Sue & All
Feb 12, 2004
... It seems the Tinnitus is the hardest symtom to get rid of and does take the longest for many of us. I still have it occasionally, but it's to a level of not being bothersome. ... (10 replies)
... they say 'Frequently a history of muscle spasm with occipital headaches or temporomandibular joint pain can be obtained.' Also, they don't mention any other underlying reason for it, so I don't think the ENT's you've seen have missed anything. ... (11 replies)
... chronic continuous severe head pain of mainly constant intensity, sometimes gets worse, but never goes away. ... (17 replies)
... I guess this board would be the best place to post this... Ive had TMJ since a whiplash type injury several years ago. ... (4 replies)
... Many TMJ sufferers have ringing in their ears. ... (4 replies)
... I don't post on here as frequently as I used to. A lot of what I have experienced is represented in my past posts, but I do find your discussions very interesting. ... (12 replies)
Apr 11, 2003
... that felt soooooOOOO nice. She found a couple of really lumpy spots on my face.. and worked through them a bit although one was too painful for her to touch. ... (3 replies)

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