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Pain In Jaw
Tongue/jaw pain: This is most likely an infected tooth or periodontal (gum) infection. However, this can also be symptomatic of oral cancer (do you smoke or dip). Jaw and toothache pain can also be associated with a heart attack. Check with your dentist, and if there are no dental problems, then see you medical doctor. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Many things: An "abscess" is a localized collection of inflammatory cells in response to an infection. It may present with pain, swelling, fever and a general "unwell" feeling. With that being said, pain in the lower jaw can be indicative of many things from soft tissue infection, dental problems or muscle/bone pain. See a healthcare professional for a proper evaluation. ...Read more
Jaw clicking popping, occasionally teeth don't align and painful. Pain travels lower angle of jaw into chin. Sharp pain throughout day. TMJ disorder?
Bruxism: Sounds like you're clenching or grinding your teeth while sleeping, called bruxism. You may be putting uneven pressure on your muscles while you sleep, and by morning, they hurt. See a dentist to check your bite and the wear on your teeth. Your bite may need adjustment or restoration and you may need to wear a night guard. You should also be checked for sleep apnea, which can produce bruxing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tender lump at gum line on top right. Jaw pain and earache. Some pain in neck. No real tooth pain.
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Jaw pain ear pain sharp pains in my head pain infront of ear pain around ear ED swelling infront of ear and under eye pain in nec what could that be?
Temperal Arteritis: Hello, you should be evaluated by a doctor ASAP (ER or Urgent Care now!). The worse case scenario would be an inflammation of a large artery in the area you describe and the need for immediate treatment with steroid pills. You would need follow up with an ENT doctor to be further evaluated. They might even biopsy the blood vessel. You could also have some other infection worth treating. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sudden sharp shooting jaw joint pain radiating to the ear and felling of blocked ear. All from bruxing?
TMJ: This sounds like TMJ (tempromandibular joint) pain. This joint is where the lower jaw moves with the upper jaw - in front of the ear. People can grind this joint with eating or with stress. There is mal-alignment. This is called bruxism - grinding, gnashing or clenching your jaw. Some do this at night. The use of a jaw guard at night can help put the jaw into appropriate alignment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sinus pain in right side only. Jaw, earache, and teeth hurt in the same area. Gland in neck swollen also.
TMD : Temporomandibular joint disorder is where people can experience severe pain and discomfort that can be temporary or last for many years. One can have pain, limited opening, cracking, grating, and popping noises. It’s important that one have a thorough examination for proper diagnosis of the TMJ disorder. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Jaw pain pain infront of ear pain im ear sharp pain running up the side of my head and toothache neck pain Tmj? Or somethng serious?
Extreme pain in my neck that is radiating into my jaw and lower teeth on left side? Definately not tmj
Cervicalgia NeckPain: Is most common musculoskeletal complaint. Tenderness of muscles or inter-vertebral joints is usually poorly localized and can radiate pain to jaws and teeth. The investigations and further assessment by your PCP and possible referral to a specialist is warranted. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer