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Back pain - ouch
Apr 28, 2003
... t now, being back at work and sitting in this chair at the computer, it comes right back. I'd take a painkiller but they do absolutely nothing for me. Neither do muscle relaxants. ... (3 replies)
... A previous poster wrote "This is before she even started wearing a splint her jaw was already deteriorating so how can you be so sure that the splint was causing her further pains?" ++Her GP thinks my friend may have been born with a traumatised joint and it only started giving trouble in the last 4 years. Knowing my friend, I would say her TMJ could have been... (54 replies)
... you don't have to use the injured leg. A splint works the same way.I agree its not a long term solution to the problem but its the best treatment available for tmj compared to the other options out there. What else is there? ... (54 replies)

TMJ
Mar 14, 2003
... eve me all of us on this board understand the pain you are describing. I do not take antidepressants but only because I said I absolutely refuse to but I do take muscle relaxants, pain medications and medication to help me sleep at night. Hang in there, we do understand you. ... (2 replies)
... of all tmj patients need surgery. even if you do go forward with the surgery it doesn't guarantee an improvement. ... (6 replies)
... Thanks for the replies. I've been surfing the web for TMJ info for the past day. It doesn't look so promising. I am really taken totally by surprise by all this. ... (4 replies)
... I was just relieved that it calmed down a bit and became manageable. But every time I give a concert, I realize that this is indeed what I want to do. So tmj or no, i'm gonna do it! ... (5 replies)
... I was just relieved that it calmed down a bit and became manageable. But every time I give a concert, I realize that this is indeed what I want to do. So tmj or no, i'm gonna do it! ... (5 replies)
... muscles are functioning, and so could not be used to conclude that your muscles are in harmony. It would be possible to have a good T Scan result, with displaced TMJ discs. ... (8 replies)
... Oh goodness. This dentist shouldn't be shaving your teeth before treating your TMJ and getting your bite stable first. Before moving on to any type of permanent treatment your bite needs to be stable first and you need to be symptom free. ... (4 replies)
Appliances
Dec 29, 2008
... much trial and error of narcotics, pain relievers, NSAIDS, steroids, muscles relaxants, etc prescribed by my primary care doc, I eventually made my way to NYU's TMJ Pain Mgmt Clinic and was prescribed 10 mg of baclofen 2x daily and 10 mg of triavil 2x daily. ... (76 replies)
... months, starting with constant headaches, fatigue, dull pain on the side of my face and neck, occasional blurry vision, off balance feeling, and of course the muscle tension. ... (8 replies)
... First of all you say he has credentials? He should first take xrays. mri, and give you a diagnosis test first before going off an "shaving your teeth" Secondly drug store "mouthguards' are the worse thing you can put into your mouth. YOu need a specially fitted one custom made to fit your bite/ occusal problem. I would not do anything with the wisdom teeth until you... (4 replies)
... igraines etc that a lot of you get. My main problem is that my teeth don't fit together properly and sometimes bang into each other when I am talking. I also get muscle tension and my left TMJ is clicking etc mostly when I wake in the morning. ... (4 replies)




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