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... And Kass, I'm wondering if you have any neck issues, like a disc out of wack or something. There's also past dental work to consider. Things like root canal can very likely be a link to eye and migraine type symptoms too. Migraine itself can cause eye pain. Another board for "inner ear" has someone on there who has problems with migraine due to a root canal...her posts are... (8 replies)
... I would think it would have to do with how extensive the tendonitis is and is it infringing in some way on the optic nerve. ... (8 replies)
... earlier I could not take the pain anymore, do whatever he needs to do, however many injections it took, do them. He believes that they are not migraines, I have tendonitis of my tmj, and it causes the muscles in my face to spasms more, and the muscles, tendons, and stuff to flare behind or in the eyeball. It is horrible. ... (8 replies)

... u've gone through all that. I can't believe this is such a new science it seems and specialists who we trust to know their stuff, don't seem to have a handle on jaw joint related issues and proper treatment yet. ... (8 replies)
... the arthritis was just a result of not being able to properly move my jaw and a sign of something else but not the cause. ... (8 replies)
... out through a MRI that I do have both discs in between my joints are dislocated without going back into the proper position. I do have a slight shift in my lower jaw only when I bite down. ... (12 replies)
... I just need to vent a bit. I'm hoping those of you who have gotten to know me will understand. I'm a bit of a mess again. I'm about 2 years into my treatment for TMJD and I'm now dealing with some reappearing symptoms I have had under control for a while. I had wrist surgery in February. I was in a short arm cast for 6 weeks. I had to move my shoulder and elbow in... (5 replies)
... That's seriously awful. I'm sorry to hear you've gone through so much. It's one thing to have multiple issues with say your arm or something, but your jaw...that's pretty bad. Everything I eat is giving me some kind of reaction due to the TMJ. I guess it's time for a blender! Thank you for sharing your story. It's good to hear what trail people have taken with their... (8 replies)
... Its a long story of how I ended up how I am today but suffice to say one dentist convinced my to crown my back teeth shortly after my symptoms started and things just got worse - a total nightmare as I just could not find a resting spot for my jaws at all, so I went to another dentist who tried a upper splint and then a lower splint and also sent me to other specialists as... (8 replies)
... twisting my body trying to push that thing all day, it felt like it would tear my hip off, many issues with that and typical hand symptoms, repetitive in nature tendonitis carpal tunnel ...Just saying to get an idea of problems since I have MANY.... ... (13 replies)
... The tendonitis is like tendonitis anywhere else, a tendon gets inflammed, like tennis elbow or something... ... (11 replies)
... I was diagnosed with TMJ this past year. My discs have slipped and my lower jaw has been pushed back towards my ear. I started PT about 15 months ago. ... (3 replies)
... goodness, you are so young, and to be on meds like that. I had temporal tendonitis last fall when I entered treatment with my tmj specialist. It has gone away with the use of my new orthodic for tmjd. ... (3 replies)
... Pipdog, I have tmjd, rather severe, and my condyles are deformed, my face is also assymetrical, and sliding more to the right. It is noticible to myself and doctors. My left one is ground down to 1/4 of it size and the right one is dislocated. I have been in splint therapy for 5 months, and this morning woke up with a tmj flare up. I am so discouraged, and in pain. I have had... (14 replies)
... outh, a lot of tmjd. I started seeing him in May, and he has promised he can help me, and help me get better. I am still skeptical, that a bite splint can fix my jaw that is dislocated on the right side, and severely worn down on the left side, and shows signs of osteoarthritis, but we will see. ... (2 replies)
... i have the same problem for the last 3 yrs and im only 20!its stopped me fropm doing what i most love-play music-first a jaw injury,then tthe jaw injury is causing neck and back problems which have given me phantom tendonitis in my left(and most used arm!I am sick of this and i think its bl888dy ridiculous that in this day and age there is no relief for this :mad: (27 replies)
... has indicated that I may be a candidate for RF treatment, since he's tried splints already, and sarapin injections into my jaw area with no relief. He thinks I actually have temporal tendonitis and that my zygomandibular tendon is screwed up also. ... (9 replies)
... as to help me wean off of the splint. Because I have joint hypermobility issues already and had lost a significant amount of hearing, I didn't want to chance my jaw ending back up pushing on my ear. ... (14 replies)
... I would never have let this go so far. I have lots of pains in other joints, elbows, shoulders, back. I had an RA test which was negative. My family has lots of tendonitis and bursitis in many areas of our bodies. THAT is inherited I think. ... (5 replies)
... ut my body. So with what started with migraines and then tmj, then turned into myofascial pain syndrome, fibromyalgia, temporal tendonitis, osteoarthritis of the jaw etc. I hope your pain is just in your tmj, and you get the right treatment, and medications. ... (1 replies)

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