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Will Both Jaws Hurt When Your Soleus Is Strained
Varies: Soleus muscle injury may be under-reported due to misdiagnosis as thrombophlebitis or lumping of soleus strains with strains of the gastrocnemius. The classic presentation is of calf tightness, stiffness, and pain that worsen over days to weeks. Walking or jogging tends to provoke symptoms. Swelling and disability are generally mild. ...Read more
Will deep muscle massage help a pulled strained soleus muscle? Or just elevate, ice, and compression?
Second option: I would advise to go with the second option. It is safe, inexpensive and effective. Good luck! ...Read more
My tongue feels as though it is strained! I feel pain when I move it underneath the tongue and under my jaw! Is this something to worry about?
My platysma bands one each side of my neck are a different size? I only notice them when I clench jaw and strain. Should one side be smaller than other
Platysma Band: Normally there is mild asymmetry throughout the body, but sometimes it is more noticeable. Regardless, that is your anatomy and there is no reason for concern. For the most part, platysma muscles are vestigial and serve no function in humans. ...Read more
Out of nowhere my neck, upper back, and jaw muscles have gotten sore. I haven't laid down or strained them. It has even moved to my cheeks. What is it?
Bruxism: Hard to say without more information. Your symptoms often result from bruxism - clenching and grinding of the teeth. See your DDS or oral surgeon for assessment. If negative, see MD. ...Read more
My eyes are always sore and when I moove them from side to side they feel strained an my jaw shakes? Even first thing in the morning
I am still getting jaw pain and strain and possible deep pain. Dentist ruled out cause in teeth, but said that it could be from my gums and/or jaw.
TMJ disorder: Temporo-mandibular disorder is the second most frequent cause of orofacial pain after dental pain. Earache, ear fullness, neck pain, headache and jaw pain are common symptoms. Proper diagnosis is the key to the successful treatment. See an orofacial pain practitioner for a consultation and management of the TMJ. ...Read more
Headaches, pain inback of the neck, jaw pain, pain in temples....I have played football for many years (im 18 now) also weightlifted trap strain?
Vague: Your symptoms are a concern, especially if the symptoms have persisted for awhile. I would see a doctor asap. ...Read more
I had pain in my chin and concerned if that indicates a broken jaw or just muscle pain/strain. Pain was so bad I couldn't sleep. Didn't have any major trauma, but received one jab, 2 days ago.
Get checked: If you were hit in the jaw and now have severe pain that keeps you awake it would not be a bad idea to see some one about it. ...Read more
I have an occasional minor pain and/or 'click' in my left jaw where it hinges under my ear. I sometimes take Aleve for this and it goes away. It's something that can be irritating when I'm eating. Is this a strain or teeth alignment issue? Treatment?
TMJ click: A clicking TMJ is related to a changed within the joint structure and can be related to a poor its. Occasional painless clicks are common and at need no treatment howeverthereisa concern that this may progressive. Have a dentist trained in TMJ treatment evaluate your jaw. Occlusal guard or bite alignment may be recommended. ...Read more
Many causes: Often due to poor warm up and pre-run stretching. Running shoes that are too stiff can put an extra strain on your calf muscles as well. Physical therapy can often help in those cases where home remedies/ stretching not working. Some peolple have a chronic "strain" of the muscle due to an old injury. ...Read more
TMJ: This sounds like a problem with your TMJ joint (the jaw hinge joint). Most likely inflammation that can be caused by multiple things such as grinding your teeth at night. Ask someone if you do! I tell patients to try a soft diet, nsaids, and a warm compress when the pain is bothersome. If it continues consider, seeing a dentist that is comfortable treating TMJ disorder. ...Read more
See your doctor: If your symptoms are that severe, you need to have your doctor examine you in person immedisately. ...Read more
It could: Suggest you see an oral surgeon to determine cause and recover the desired relationship of the jaws. ...Read more
A couple of weeks: Ileopsoas is a major muscle and takes a lot of pull to stretch it. By the same token, it takes a it longer for the damaged muscle fibers to heal. You should get a physical therapy referral soon to expedite the healing. Good luck. In the mean time, take anti inflammatory agents and warm soaks to help with discomfort. ...Read more
Options: Provided you have no allergies, basically any foods that do not require a lot of chewing can be consumed. Scrambled eggs, mashed potatoes, soft pasta, rice, grits, etc. Are some foods you can start out with. ...Read more
Vague but: Vague as far as duration, severity, frequency and if the pain radiates. Sounds like a tmj/tmd problem, but you need a thorough exam and history and I would start with your dentist. ...Read more
Rest, massage: Try to rest the area as much as possible. If the injury is a fresh strain, ice for the first 48 hours. Past that time frame warm compresses, warm shower and gentle massage of the strained muscle to improve blood flow to area. Nsaid's may be helpful in alleviating pain and inflammation, but use caution with these if you are on blood thinners or have GI problems like ulcers or gastritis. ...Read more
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