A 35-year-old female asked:
help , can a lower left impacted wisdom tooth cause , clicking jaw , on the left only, neckache , sinus inflammation, dizzy headaches \like migraines?
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Periodontics 56 years experience
Check for TMJ: There appears to be a good chance you may have temperomandibular joint dysfunction. The symptoms you describe all fit for that problem. You need to find a dentist who usually deals with TMJ problems.
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Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 45 years experience
Partially: All your symptoms can be explained by an infected wisdom tooth. Except the clicking jaw. Have an oral surgeon examine you to sort things out.
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Pain Management 36 years experience
No, TMJ syndrome: TMJ syndrome may cause ear pain, ringing in the ears, headache, jaw clicking and dizziness. Proper diagnosis is the key to successful treatment. See Orofacial Pain expert for a consultation and treatment options.
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Both of my older kids had chronic ear infections; does this mean my new baby will, too?
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Dr. Russell Faustanswered
ENT and Head and Neck Surgery 29 years experience
Not necessarily: Family history - mother's and father's, and sibling's - can suggest a predilection for ear infections, but it is only a tendency, not definite. If there is a family history, monitor closely.
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A 40-year-old member asked:
How can I prevent inflammation of stomach lining due to blood thinner plavix (clopidogrel)?
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Cardiology 55 years experience
Take with food: Do not take the medicine on an empty stomach and it sometimes is helpful to take medicines such as antacids that are used to treat gastritis. Many people can take Plavix (clopidogrel) without problems. Some of the medications can interfere with the action of the Plavix (clopidogrel) so consult your physician.
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A 23-year-old member asked:
What is the most recommended allergy medication for itchy/watery eyes and sneezy/stuffy nose?
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ENT and Head and Neck Surgery 27 years experience
OTC or Rx: You can start with simple over the counter antihistamines like claritin, zyrtec, Allegra (get generic store brands to save money). If those don't work, your next step is to start with your pcp and you may benefit from nasal steroid sprays (flomase, nasonex, (mometasone) rhincort)!or antihistamine nasal sprays (astepro, astelin, patanase).
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A 24-year-old member asked:
Is it possible to have lasik eye surgery to correct vision problems caused by an eye injury?
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Ophthalmology 21 years experience
Unlikely: If he eye injury was severe enough to change the focus of the eye, you likely are not an ideal candidate for lasik. Sometimes, with limited scarring of the cornea prk can be used to clear the cornea - this is lasik without the flap performed directly on the anterior corneal surface.
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A 18-year-old female asked:
My body keep on giving odd reaction, it trembles up from my chest through the throat until the jaws, so to the hands. Could it be hyperthyroidism?
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General Practice 20 years experience
...: Could mean fatigue, are you sleeping 6h-8h every night? Do you wake up at the same time most days? Do you drink 3qts/water daily? Do you walk 30 minutes every day? If not, your body is tired and wants to sleep, so will have to be shaken, or shivered, to wake up. If you walk 30min daily, avoid fried & sugary food, drink 3qts water daily, you see the difference.
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Last updated Mar 21, 2016
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