Maybe. I would suggest having someone check your ears and if there is no problem see someone who can diagnose and treat TMJ problems.
No. The temperomandibular joint is completely separate from the ear canal, but the joint sits just in front of it. If you had any clicking/cracking sounds, pain, or limited movement of your jaw, or muscle and head pain on the sides you could have tmd.
Yes. Clogged or stuffy ears is a common sign of TMJ disorders. See an oral surgeon for correlation.
Could be TMJ. True, clogged ears can be a symptom of TMJ/TMD, but I would see an ENT Dr. first. Popping noises of the jaw normally signify that there is a TMJ element, though (a disk displaced forward,) and should be evaluated. Read more...