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Swollen Lower Jaw
Swollen lower jaw right side below the ear, just started yesterday i wonder hwat is wrong, never had this before no?
Not normal: Jaw swelling is usually accompanied by pain and is a sign of a deeper problem. Call your dentist and have it evaluated. If it is dental related, it can progress to become a significantly painful, progressive, and dangerous swelling. Antibiotics tend not to cure these, but a skilled dentist will diagnose and address the underlying causes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Started a root canal, unable to finish. Now have a swollen lower jaw, which is tender and warm to the touch. Throbbing pain as well. ?
Woke w pain & a swollen lower jaw (size of half a golf ball)under the bridge on lower back of mouth. Could a popcorn kernel under bridge cause this?
Slightly swollen lower frontal jaw-small pain
Swollen lower lip (similar to punch) with white spot at the peak of swelling
Woke up with this?Any ideas
I do believe i have an abscessed tooth-hurts to chew, close my jaw, lower jaw swollen & red, want to throw up, anxious, jaw is throbbing, dizzy, help
Swollen/Painful jaw: See a dentist as soon as possible to determine what's causing this. Both swelling and pain generally indicate an infection. Infections can pose serious medical risks and can even be life threatening. We can't diagnose or treat you over the internet. Call right now and get an appointment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See doctor: Can be swollen gland or muscular. See your doctor to check the swelling to see where it is located and its cause. ...Read more
Yes: Swollen lymph nodes can be tender to the touch for up to two weeks. If they are enlarged and tender after that. It's a good idea to let your doctor take a look. ...Read more
Can a swollen lymph node hurt when touched on lower jaw/upper neck? How long does it take to go away?
Yes: A swollen lymph node can be painful and tender. The duration of its presence will depend upon the cause of its being enlarged. Lymph nodes are part of our immune system and usually enlarged acutely in the presence of local infection or non-infectious inflammation. If this persists have it examined by a doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer