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'i have pain under my chin jaw?

'i have pain under my chin jaw?

Pain under chin: It is difficult to say what the cause of pain is, without more detailed questions and an exam. Please see your doctor for evaluation. ...Read more

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Woke up with a painful lump under my chin.Also just discovered a painful lump on the side of my jaw and near the lump below my chin?

Woke up with a painful lump under my chin.Also just discovered a painful lump on the side of my jaw and near the lump below my chin?

Sub mental node : Do you have any sore throat, fever, gum or oropharynx pain?It can be your submental lymph gland swollen by viral infection like CMV or ebv or stone in your salivary duct. If you have fever and difficulty in chewing or swallowing, please see your doctor and check it out. Infection should resolve soon with treatment. If they persist- need lymph node biopsy specially if family history of lymphoma. ...Read more

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I have a painful sore on my gums where my teeth end and I have a painful lump under my jaw on the right side. What do I do?

I have a painful sore on my gums where my teeth end and I have a painful lump under my jaw on the right side. What do I do?

See a dentist: From what you are describing, it seems like its canker sore but in a severe form. The lump underneath your jaw could be swollen lymph node. Cannot say anything for sure but you need to see a dentist or even a physician to see if you have a viral infection ...Read more

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I have a painful, sudden lump under the skin on my neck on the left side only. Located just under my jaw about half way back to wisdom tooth.

I have a painful, sudden lump under the skin  on my neck on the left side only. Located just under my jaw about half way back to wisdom tooth.

See your dentist: This is quite probably an infected tooth and needs to be diagnosed and treated properly. There is significant potential for the lump, or isolated infection , to spread and threaten your health severely. Call today. ...Read more

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I have painful but not enlarge lymph node under jaw enlarge(bean size)i have also sore throat, earache, mouth ulcer, itchy tinea barbae. What shuld i do?

I have painful but not enlarge lymph node under jaw enlarge(bean size)i have also sore throat, earache, mouth ulcer, itchy tinea barbae. What shuld i do?

See a doctor: You need to see your family doctor or an ENT asap and if they don't find anything your next stop should be at your dentist. Do not wait. See a doctor immediately. ...Read more

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Cavities on molars and wisdom tooth fixed. 3 weeks later jaw still sore and painful. Ibuprofin not very helpful or for very long. Pain has gotten worse.

Cavities on molars and wisdom tooth fixed. 3 weeks later jaw still sore and painful. Ibuprofin not very helpful or for very long. Pain has gotten worse.

Go back to dentist: If one or more of the cavities were deep it is possible that the nerve of he tooth has become inflamed. If this is the case it can be treated with root canal therapy. It is also possible that if one or more of the fillings is too high they can be sensitive. You need to go back to the dentist who treated you so they can figure out what is going on. ...Read more

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Right side upper jaw pain also back teeth on that sidr. Nothing shows on teeth xrays. Why is it painful? Had wisdom teetg out. Xray 2-3 months ago

Right side upper jaw pain also back teeth on that sidr. Nothing shows on teeth xrays. Why is it painful? Had wisdom teetg out. Xray 2-3 months ago

Neuralgia : Trigeminal neuralgia can occur following wisdom tooth extraction and can result in the pain you are describing. You should see your physician for a diagnosis and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more

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