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Lupus Jaw Pain
I have lupus and am remission. I have a sore on my ear , a fever, a large node in front of my ear and jaw pain. Can a swollen lymph node cause jaw pain. Dentist said teeth are ok. Derm says ear infec?
Lupus erythematosus is a name given to a collection of autoimmune diseases, in which the human immune system becomes hyperactive and attacks normal, healthy tissues.Symptoms of these diseases can affect many different body systems, including joints, skin, kidneys, blood ...Read more
I have sle lupus and recently started taking50 mg tramadol as needed for pain. Now i clenching my jaw and bite tongue at night. Is that the cause?
No: You just found out you have an autoimmune disease. This is a stressful time for you. This stress is manifested by clenching. Visit your dentist and discuss w/ them about a possible night guard. Once you start managing your disease, things will settle down and you will clench less. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have some tracts of lupus and another autoimmune disease. I've been feeling stiff neck and jaw, and my head ache. Is that symptoms of the disease?
I have burning bulging sensation in the veins in my arms and hands? Swollen lymp nodes behind left ear.swollen jaw. Neg Lupus test.
Not a simple problem: this is not a simple problem. Each of these could be separate medical problems and they may not all go together. You will need to clarify this with your physician ...Read more
What can cause jaw pain, muscle/joint pain, extreme exhaustion, trouble sleeping, skin pain, and having trouble concentrating? My girlfriend has been suffering from jaw pain, muscle/joint pain, exhaustion, trouble sleeping, skin pain, and trouble concentr
Eliminate the cause: First go to your md to be sure there are no medical life threatening issues. If there are no medical problems then look into the bite, joints and muscles (TMJ) as that may be a likely cause. Whatever, you need to find the cause so you know how to treat the cause and not just medicate the effects. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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 moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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