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Grinding and TMJ
Sep 11, 2010
... but of course he refused to telling me I now had TMJ implying that TMJ and dental work had nothing to do with each other or did not go hand in hand. ... (3 replies)
... the symptoms for the flu and TMJD seem to be quite different, imo. flu symptoms are nausea, vomiting, fever, fatigue, etc. as far as i know, nausea and especially vomitting dont have anything to do with TMJD. ... (2 replies)
The Lyme factor
Nov 8, 2005
... I've had TMJ issues for the last year, which arose from muscular tension, spasms, and led to a temporary dislocation of the jaw. ... (26 replies)

... Hi, I'm new to the boards and here is my story. I've had tmj for the last 6 years or more and didn't relize exactly what I had until about a year ago. I am 22 now. ... (0 replies)
... on, tinnitus, dizziness, eye pain and the list goes on. James Costen summarized the desciption of these symtoms as the sum of a neuralgia and a dysfunction. The TMJ is innervated by the auriculotemporal nerve branch of the trigeminal nerve. ... (23 replies)
... In November 2007, I suddenly became ill with severe fatigue, dizziness, nausea and headache, which seriously impacted my life. I could no longer work, socialise, or most days even leave the house. After months of being told it was M.E. ... (36 replies)
... off of it a bit was sitting higher. Within a few days of that I was at work when I suddenly had this out of body feeling and I developed an extreme migraine and nausea so I went home and tried to get some sleep but during the night the migraine became so intense I started vomiting and within a few hours was in the ER. ... (30 replies)
... This sounds like TMJ-related symptoms. I have had periods of increased dizziness usually accompanied by increased ringing in the ears. Earlier this triggered a panic attack because I didn't know what was happening. You might also want to get checked out by an ENT for Meniere's Disease - Meniere's symptoms are typically more episodic - usually a buildup that crescendo's in... (1 replies)

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