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Tingling Sensation In Jaw
Answer is obvious: If your car was making a funny sound, would you think, "How can I get rid of that funny sound? " or would you think, "I need to take my car in to the mechanic to find out what's making that sound so HE can get rid of the sound"? It's just as true in medicine as in auto repair: First diagnosis, THEN treatment. How can you "get rid" of something when you don't know what is causing that something?
See a neurologist: First try to find a cause in the jaw or facial or brain area. If every test is normal then medications can control symptoms. Neurologist can help.
For several months I've had a tingling sensation along my jaw line only on the right side. It goes from my jaw line down my neck. At least 40times ay da?
Pinched nerve: Occurs when too much pressure is applied to a nerve by surrounding tissues. The common symptoms are numbness, sharp, aching or burning pain, which may radiate outward to your ear, eye, pharynx and jaws. Treatment: physical therapy, medications, cognitive behavioral therapy and acupuncture. The treatment is usually effective. Rec.: see a pain management specialist.
I have a very strange sensation in my jaw/chin for a couple of days. It's on and off and feels kind of like tingling. I did recently have 3 cold sores?
TMJ, or more?: Check your symptoms here: http://www. Medicinenet. Com/jaw_pain/symptoms. Htm
Been getting headaches over 7 weeks and having neck and jaw pain. Been getting worse in the last week now feeling tingling/ fussy sensation in my face, head and tips of fingers. Doc said nothing wrong?
Simple or Exotic: What you are experiencing may be as simple as severe neuromuscular stress and the secondary and tertiary symptoms as a result of the acute-on-chronic nature of the primary dysfunction/cause. A/some therapeutic massage (s) may be very beneficial. On the other hand, there could be something more exotic going on, from circulatory issues to neurological issues to anything in-between. Please see PCP.See 6 more doctor answers
I had a tingling/numb sensation on my face left cheek up to the left eye for a week. I also feel it when I open and close my jaw. What could it be?
Evaluation: I would recommend and evaluation by your physician since you have had this for at least 7 days now. Hope this helps.
Constant pain and tingling sensation on one side of face - pain from eyebrow, cheekbone, ear, jaw, and tingling upper lip around nostril and in cheek.
I feel dizzy, also there is pain/weakness in my right leg and some weird tingling sensations in face/across jaw, is this due to the rabipur vaccine?
See a doctor: You need to see a doctor to make sure you are not having a stroke, even you are too young for that, but you have to have an explanation for your symptoms
I have tingling sensation on back of head that lasts 15 seconds for past few days, what could this be?
That could be tough: In that it doesn't sound like a disease process. No headaches? No new scalp products? Hair not pulled too tight? Have u been grinding your teeth at night? If this is your only sx and nothing else occurring it will likely be a transient problem in my opinion. If it worsens, evoles into headaches go in. Sometimes we can just tell whether or not something is disease, not it's exact cause. Gd luc.
Could this be a pinched nerve? I have a tingling sensation on the top of my head, along with pulse sensation. No pain. What could this be?
I've been having a burning sensation from what feels like the inside of my head. I've also been having tingling sensations that are dull. Thoughts?
Need an examination: A symptom of "burning sensations inside my head " and tingling sensations is less likely to be due to a serious disease and more likely due to stress or anxiety. BUT it's not possible to diagnose these symptoms without knowing your medical history and without the ability to ask you specific questions and examining you. Please see a Dr. To be sure nothing serious is present, better safe than sorry.See 1 more doctor answer
17yo, I have a tingling sensation in the upper back rite of my head. It can happen a couple times a day and I usually lightly tap it to make it stop?
Pinched nerve or. ..: Possible muscle spasm. This is most likely related to tightness of the muscles of the neck and might be relieved by improvement in posture, and regular range of motion exercises of the head, turning to right, to left, shrugging shoulders and hugging onself. Sometimes dehydration or excess caffeine can also cause twitches. If there is a problem with headaches or change in alertness, be checked.
I hv been experieincing a tingling/prickling sensation at top of my head (just at the roots of hair). At times, like a dull pain. What could this be?
See dermatologist: There are several possible reasons for this. This could be due to skin causes such as dry skin, an infection of the scalp, vitamin b deficiency especially b12, or abnormal thyroid function. Occasionally, scalp tenderness and tingling are seen in patients who have chronic headaches such as migraine. The treatment is different for each cause. Check with your gp or dermatologist first.
Tingling: In order to get an adequate diagnosis you need to check with your physician. He will obtain an adequate history and perform an exam and determine if you need testing to establish a diagnosis and treatment. Possibilities are too numerous and not limited to the : normal (no disease), allergies, allodynia in migraines, diabetes, vitamin B12 deficiency, skin conditions.
Bruising: The nerve endings in your scalp are bruised and don't be alarmed. Worrisome symptoms include passing out, vomiting, seizure, weakness on one side of your body, increasing headache etc. (imagine those boxers getting punched incessantly in ten rounds of boxing and most of them just do fine. Now if you are hit with a golf club, that's another story). Take care!
TMD?: 26 y female has "tingly crawling sensation" around temple; apparently one-sided. Paresthesias caused by chronic muscle spasm might be etiologic. Chronic muscle spasm is a signature symptom of Temporomandibular Joint disorder, wherein the ipsilateral Masseter muscle is chronically spastic. See comments:
Is a vibrating sensation at the top of my head considered a head parasthesia or head tingling? Thank you.
Describe the feeling: Focus on describing your symptoms in your own words, not conforming to medical terminology. These symptoms may represent a headache or other neurological condition. You should keep a log of the location, timing, duration, and intensity of these episodes and take the log with you to a neurologist. Https://www. Aan. Com/Guidelines/Home/ByTopic? TopicId=16
Tingling sensation on my cheeks, both sides of my head. Sometimes is on the top of the scal or burning. What could it be?
Need more info: Sounds like it might be a form of anxiety. The symptoms are so varied it is hard to pick a neurological cause. To be 100% sure please consult with a neurologist and if his/her exam is normal talk to your family physician.