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Jaw Pain With Cold
Minor jaw pain: After your cold clears see joe the jaw feels. If it persists please have your dentist evaluate this. ...Read more
Sinus congestion :
Congestion of the maxillary sinus with pain of the upper jaw is common . This sinus is right next to upper posterior teeth's roots.
Congestion pure pressure on these root causing a throbbing or dull ache. ...Read more
Severe ear pain with fluid coming out, jaw pain, what looks like cold soars... All in left side. Face is swollen and cheek very itchy. ?
Probably shingles: you should. See a doctor for diafnosis and treatment Shingles can become very painful ...Read more
Iam a 47 year old female I have a lot of jaw pain lately when i get cold it feels like they want to lock up.Really hurts.What could it be?
TMJ: Tmj or temporomandibular joint pain can cause jaw pain, clicking, or locking of the jaw. It can cause a sense of fullness in the ears, ringing in the ears, and generalized dizziness or being off kilter. Treatment of TMJ includes heat to area, soft diet, antiinflammatories like ibuprofen, sometimes a muscle relaxant, and a night guard for the teeth.. ...Read more
Swollen lump. Under ear at jaw. No pain, no cold. No clicking of jaw or ear pain. No other symptoms. Was asked for more details?
I'm 23 f with jaw pain clicking jaw facial pain that gets when the weather is cold everysingle day.It lasts for 1 year.It turned my life a living hell?
Sounds like: You need to see a dentist who specializes in TMJ disorders. This is easily solved with a properly made nightguard 90% of the time so see a dentist as soon as you can and make life better. ...Read more
I got a cold 2weeks ago now my right side temple hurts along with occasional ear and jaw pain what is this?
A Few Things:
With that history it could be many things...Most likely causes include...
1. Tmj disorder
i would recommend a md visit first to check ear and sinuses, then dentist if those are ok.
This is common as pain in the head can come from many sources and the actual cause can take a bit of diagnostic detective work. ...Read more
Can a swollen lymph node cause earache and jaw pain? I have a swollen lynlh node due to cold sores and am experiencing both those things
Cold sores/jaw pain:
Yes,both can occur.Your body is fighting an infection. Locally and regionally. Part of this is the inflamatory response which causes swelling soreness in the area.
Seek a professional that can help treat the infection and give you some palative relief. ...Read more
Perhaps but...: Cold sores are a general term and many individuals incorrectly use it to describe both canker sores\aphthous ulcers and herpetic sores. Both present differently and have different implications. Finally I would not associate those sores with "extreme" jaw pain. See a dentist for a differential diagnosis, a complete exam and evaluation and treatment as\if needed. ...Read more
I have a sharp pain in the side of head, toothache, jaw pain, ear ache and i've got a cold. Should i still see a dentist?
Yes: A problem with tooth/teeth could cause most of those symptoms. ...Read more
I have cold and sweaty feet and hands, some thigh, ear, and jaw pain. Along with dizziness and insomnia. The majority of this is worsened while in bed.
Autoimmune disease: Your problems may or may not be related to one another. You could simply have hyperhidrosis, a condition where the hands and feet sweat excessively. This could, however, be connected to your other problems. Autoimmune disease, diseases in which the body makes antibodies against itself, can have multi system and location pains/problems/symptoms. You should see a primary or rheuamatologist ...Read more
TMD dx. Ear pain, sore muscle down front of neck, popping jaw. Can this cause lower jaw pain next to molars under tongue? Cold fluid causes ear pain?
Yes, it can: Myofascial pain syndrome, is a regional muscle disorder that is one of the most common causes of persistent pain in the head, face and neck regions. A myofascial pain is defined as a localized deep tenderness in a taut band of skeletal muscle, tendon or ligament that has the ability to refer pain to another region known as a zone of reference (i.e., area of pain complaint). See orofacial pain doc ...Read more
Abscess or Grinding: Your jaw pain could be developing from a nerve in a tooth dying (becoming necrotic) and starting an infection (abscess), or it can be from grinding your teeth. If the pain usually occurs in the morning when you first awake, it is most likely from grinding. If the pain is constant or comes on randomly during the day, it is probably an infection. Could be wisdoms as well. See your dentist asap. ...Read more
Almost always: Jaw pain can be both a dental and medical problem. A heart attack can present with only jaw symptoms. Dental abscesses and tumors can present as jaw pain. The pain should be evaluated by a dentist and if it is not of dental origin then by a physician. ...Read more
Depends: Jaw pain can be related to a number of different causes, depending on which jaw you are having pain in. It would help if you could describe the type of pain, frequency, as well as if you can localize the specific area where the pain is vs generalized pain. A thorough clinical evaluation with the appropriate studies by your dentist would be recommended. ...Read more
More info needed...: Maxillary or mandibular? Constant or episodic? Anterior or posterior? Bruxism? Dental restorations? Periodontal status? As you can see, your problem is best diagnosed by a dentist who can examine you... so many variables to consider. ...Read more
Bruxism/Infxn/Frcts: Common 2 causes are: 1) Bruxism - teeth grinding. If this is the cause a nightbguard is needed. 2) Tooth infections from cavities or micro or macro fractures this will require fillings, possible Root canals and Crowns. ...Read more
Please elaborate: Is the pain in the joint (TMJ) or in the actual body of the jaw? Many conditions can cause this problem, including grinding your teeth, clenching, an abscess, an impacted tooth, etc. Can't diagnose correctly over the internet... You need to make an appointment with a local dentist. ...Read more
Need More Info: Is it jaw pain from a tooth or jaw pain from clenching or grinding? See a dentist to get diagnosed. Jaw pain from grinding or clenching can be easily treated with a nightguard. Jaw pain from decay can also be easily treated so see your dentist. ...Read more
Chips and Jaw Pain: Chewing vigorously and repeatedly on hard objects can lead to injury locally within your mouth, but also can traumatize your TMJ apparatus. Moderation is probably best, even if the chips are tasty. ...Read more
See your doctor: You should see and md if he pain radiates on the left side of the jaw. It could be a sign of cardiac problems. Otherwise, a visit with the dentist to rule out dental sources would be in order. ...Read more
Dear Lamb: There are a number of possible reasons for jaw pain. With a duration of four or more months, this warrants medical evaluation. Take care. ...Read more
Seek immediate: Seek immediate dental care to diagnose the problem and get relief. Call and make an appointment asap! ...Read more