Down the line, later - is there normal life after temporal arteritis?

Absolutely. Most of the time you are going to do well and not have long term problems or consequence but you should get this treated.

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My doctor said doing a sedate blood test was good enough to figure out if I had temporal arteritis I'm 21 & test was normal but thick artery & poundin?

CRP better, but. A normal ESR is quite impressive evidence that you don't have it, but i would have nor gotten and esr, but the crp. That said, again virually no one has ta without a positive ers! Read more...
Should be fine. Temporal arteritis is a problem of older folks, and usually sed rate is conclusive, but rarely only CRP level elevated, but these are elderly pts with immune issues. I personally would not recommend biopsy, and it is more likely that the pulsations are associated with migraine than giant cell arteritis. Read more...
Check with your doc. Probably nothing. But you could ask your doc if a repeat ESR is useful. Aspirin usually fixes this problem. Read more...

Can jaw issues cause temporal arteritis or symptoms resembling it? Jaw locks & clicks on same side as recently bulging forehead artery. Normal bp

Yes. Yes, likely TMJ. Not likey temporal arteritis. Sounds like a significant TMJ problem. See TMJ specialist. Any dentist can be a TMJ expert with the proper training and experience. Most commonly, oral surgeons, prosthodontists, and orofacial pain specialists. Ask your MD, your dentist and your dental society for referrals. Read more...
Temporal Arteritis? It is chronic inflammation of large arteries of the head and has nothing to do with the jaw. If there is a delay in treating this condition it can cause permanent loss of vision in one eye. See your PCP for consultation and tests ASAP. Read more...

I'm afraid that I have temporal arteritis becaise I have scalp pain with tender to touch and pne sode temple pain is it life threatening?

Get seen. It would be uncommon at your age, but if you are concerned, get checked by your physician. You may have any of several other entities. Temporal arteritis is tricky because it can blind a patient, though thankfully this isn't common. Read more...