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Pain Under Chin
Chin vs neck: It is difficult to distinguish between the chin and the neck. A pain in the chin could mean several different things and your medical history and physical examination will play a large role in determining ow to further evaluate the cause of your pain. For example if you faustained trauma, x-rays may be ordered to look for a fracture. A mass or swelling could be a sign of a salivary tumor, etc. ...Read more
A temp crown put on tooth 30 on Oct 28. Tooth throbbed for a few hrs today. Now line of pain under chin down right front of neck into upper chest.
Infection: could b an infection you should speak to your dentist. ...Read more
Have had a tooth infection for a month that was diagnosed today. Only symptom was pain under chin and neck. How fast can infection spread to lungs?
Fast: Get in to have this treated immediately. You do not want to risk a mediastinal complication. Good luck . ...Read more
I am having throat pain under chin from last 5 days,not inside of the throat and am having thyroid problem from last 5 years. What could be the reason?
Possible: submandibular lymph node swelling or infection ( lymphadenopathy/lymphadenitis. Must be seen and evaluated. ...Read more
I've been having headaches jaw pain pain under chin and neck pain I'm scared I have tetnus what are they symptoms of that? How would I know if I had it? My legs and back have been hurting as well
Can't open mouth: Tetanus is pretty rare and requires that you had a cut and it was infected with spores typically found in dirt. It is very severe, you become unable to open your mouth or even swallow your saliva, and muscle spasms you can't control. If you might have been exposed (had a cut) then you should get checked and at least have a booster shot. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Burning pain under chin, ears constantly full of fluid. Started as throat discomfort about a year ago. Doc can't feel anything wrong with throat. Help?
Ears with fluid?: Are the fluid filled ears per your physician? Does this imply you have a chronic otitis media? I would recommend being seen by ENT for a more definitive diagnosis. Something doesn't seem quite right. Not sure about burning pain under the chin except to say perhaps some blood work for B12, folate, or vitamin D may relieve some correctable deficiencies. All the best. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Chest pain for 3days , nausea, pain under chin ..Went to hospital diagnosed with cluster migraines . Took ECG chest X-ray nd bloods all fine? Still sore
White substance back throat, slight pain under chin, gums, and base of tongue when swallowing. Can see red veins back of throat. Cough at night, hoarse?
Having Neck pain face pain nerve pain in my face headaches jaw pain under chin pain swollen glands under chin all on left side xrays brain ct normal ?
Causes of weird sensation/pain on/under chin? Have 3 bulging discs in neck, have been a hairstylist for years working 8-10 hour days. Normal echo & ekg
Ear noise+chin pain: NajlaM~ the loud noise in the ear is most likely benign audible carotid pulsation because even mild calcification in the carotid will cause this. However, because of the pain beneath the right mandible,please see an MD to examine your submandibular salivary glands for swelling because blockage of duct with a stone (Whartons duct) to this gland could cause this.thanks ...Read more
Pain under the chin, base of tongue, and gums. I had hoarseness and slight coughing especially at night. Woke up last night gasping. 28 years old.
Pain under the chin, based of tongue when swallowing, and gums. I had hoarseness and slight coughing especially at night. ?
Pain under the chin, based of tongue when swallowing, and gums. I have hoarseness and slight coughing especially at night. Also have globus under chin?
Swollen glands...: A globes is that feeling of having something obstructing you esophagus or airway. But there is nothing physically there. The other symptoms ou describe could mean your submandibular glands are swollen. It could be allergies, cat scratch fever, or even blocked salivary glands. Go to a dentist and see if the answer can b e found. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer