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Jaw Pain At Night Only
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Severe jaw joint pain started 24 hours ago, right side. pain when opening mouth and clenching. Should I go to the ER? Worse as day went on. TMJ?
Left hip pain at night and after sitting down after work. Pain in hip and shoots down leg at times. Worse at night in bed. No injury as far as I know.
Left hip pain: May be scaitica. Sitting is stress on spine. Consider ergonomic chair with lumbar support. At work change position ( i.e. get up for a moment every 45 minutes to an hour) to shake out, Consider a trial of NSAIDS ( motrin/alelve ) and muscle relaxant( if not allergic). Rarely may also be related to ovaries/ colon, retroperitoneal issue so may consider ultrasound or CT abdomen. f/u w/ doc ...Read more
Severe aching in jaw,pain releived by pulling lightly on scalp or walking.Comes at night when I lie down..nerve pain?Tumor?
No jaw noises so not TMJ.
7 yr old son w/pain in right testicle and lower rib cage....Doesn't complain during the day but cries in pain at night. Can a hernia worsen at night?
Sharp localized pain in mid upper spine. Happens at night for hours tried heat and pain killers and muscle relaxer nothing works?
Pain in buttocks, bad at night. hurts to bend over, leg pain when walking, no recent inj. hurts to move at night. lower lumbar pain, pain in neck?
What can cause nightly knee pain? I'm fine during the day, but at night, i'm getting excruciating pain in my right knee.
Let me try to help: An osteoid osteoma causes a dull aching pain. The pain is moderately intensity, but can be severe, especially at night. Check it out. ...Read more
Throbbing in upper left gums/teeth, only at night. Tooth sensitivity. Face pressure, head pain. Dentist says sinus issue. Can it cause all this?
Pain at night: It could be a sinus infection, or it could be a dental issue: infected tooth, decay, fractured tooth or filling, teeth grinding or clenching. If there are no dental problems, see your medical doctor or an ENT specialist. If there is no sinus infection, report this to your dentist. Bruxism (chronic teeth grinding or clenching) and infected teeth and/or gums can cause tooth, jaw, head and ear pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can appendicitis pain be intermittent? I have some lower right abdominal and flank pain over 48hrs but not only few hours at night. Gone during day.
Unlikely: Appendicitis pain is unlikely to come and go.It generally comes and grows.A pattern of pain more likely to act as you have described is common with kidney stones. Stones trying to pass down the ureter will often cause intermittent lower abdominal and flank pain that can go on for days. Many will pass with good hydration but some need to be removed by a urologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See gastroenterologist: It is apparent that you need to talk to a gastroenterologist. There are i'm quite sure simple answers to the symptoms that you have. It could be that for some reason you are belching more at night because you are swallowing air. This air could then pass to your large bowel bymorning and cause problems. This is only a hypothesis however and i would recommend that you see a gastroenterologist for a full workup to determine the true nature of your symptoms. Best wishes to you. ...Read more
Mysterious nerve pain appeared after a coccygectomy in lower abdoman and lower back also worsened when looking down pain only occurs at night and last upto 4 hours cannot sit still as pain is continous?
Coccygectomy: This really depends on the exact location of the pain. By the location it sounds like this is a muscular pain. ...Read more
Sharp pain in upper thigh (right) comes on all at once day or night wakes me out of sleep it comes and go's with no warning ?
At least once a day.Headache, ear feels hot/full.Eye & temple pressure, jaw pain, shooting pain back of neck, occurs on one side only(right) please help?
Possible TMJ: The way your teeth meet, may need adjustment, so possibly you favor one side or possibly clench or grind your teeth. Temporomandibular joint / muscles -problems can present these symptoms. See a dentist for an evaluation. Try to keep a log of what your were doing immediately prior to each "event" as this may help you or your dentist determine if any harmful habit is causing your problem. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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