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What causes pain in the area between the chin and neck? Just a dull ache, as if someone is pressing there.Some lower jaw pain & upper jaw pressure.
I have sinus/ ear infection. Started about a week ago. I have been noticing pain in my jaw( pressure) and sometimes it is locking on me. Is this norma?
Not normal: Are you taking medication? Are you self diagnosed? It could be tmj. See a dentist for an evaluation? ...Read more
Bloody nasal mucus, random pain within the upper and jaw teeth and jaw, pressure in cheeks and dry nasal opening - acute sinus inflammation?
Headache neck ache pain in jaw pressure in forhead numbness in face spaced out feel wired brain tumor or brain abcess vertigo legs feel heavy?
I'm having a lot of jaw pain/pressure and can't get answers. It doesn't respond to pain killers and is worse when i lay. Who can tell me what it is?!
I have pain on the left side under my jaw when pressure is applied. This has been going on for a few days. I believe I may have a swollen lymph node. ?
Lymph node: I think the best thing to do is have someone take you to the nearest Emergency facility. They will be very helpful but they may also need to contact your Primary doctor. Hope all goes well! ...Read more
I am on celexa (citalopram) for 3 years , can celexa (citalopram) cause sore neck , sore jaw and pressure in ears ?
Unlikly but possible: Severe dry mouth or xerostomia can be a side effect of any medication. However the degree would have to be so severe that something like a parotid gland stone has formed which is causing the problem. Additionally your would have many other anticholinergic symptoms and probably more than just the Celexa (citalopram) is involved if at all. In other words it is possible but an ENT specialist may best to check it. ...Read more
On Migr meds for yr. Past 2 weeks sore, stiff neck and jaw, temple pressure with ache/sharp pain. Doesn't feel like my usual migraine, what cld it be?
Migraine treatment: Once a diagnosis of migraine has been made, effective management of migraine involves three specific strategies: 1) patient education, 2) nonpharmacological management, and 3) pharmacological (medical) management. See an orofacial pain or headache specialist for evaluation and professional management. ...Read more