Inner ear pain both ears bottom jaw aching?

Ear pain. Most likely TMJ. Stay on soft foods for 3-5 days, no gum chewing, hard candies, grinding. take ibuprofen. May need night guard made by dentist.

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Sore throat when yawning, inner ear pain when touched, feels like too much liquid in ears?

Please see your. doctor.Have you been swimming? It sounds like you may have Swimmer's Ear (otitis externa), which is an infection of the ear canal, caused by water in the ear, making a good environment for bacteria and fungus to grow. The only way to tell this for sure is to have your ear examined. The treatment, if necessary, would be prescription drops, as opposed to oral antibiotics for a regular ear infection. Read more...

I am suffering some severe pain on the left side of my face. I have sensitive teeth /aching on the bottom left jaw. My jaw and neck are aching and there is some ear pain. Whatshould I do?

Ache. There are many reasons for toothache and jaw pain such as cavities, grinding, impacted tooth, ...You really need to check with your dentist and have an x-ray taken to see what is causing this pain? Read more...
Multiple causes. The pain could be caused by a number of different problems: a tooth abscess, a broken or cracked tooth, a deep cavity, a sinus infection, or a periodontal problem. All of these can radiate to the jaw. If there is a tooth problem then it can turn into a TMJ problem. Watch for any clenching of your teeth. See your dentist now. You may also need to see your md to check for a sinus infection. Read more...
TMJ . Pain in your ears and sensitive teeth are sometimes can be associated with TMJ syndrome and occlusion. Go see a dentist who is trained in this area to examine and diagnose. Look up pankey institute great place to locate a dentist. Read more...
TMJ. Could be TMJ. See your dentist to rule out other dental pathology. If negative - See a TMJ expert.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...

Bottom wisdom tooth never came in. Had molar pulled a few years ago & now having jaw, ear pain, sore swollen gum where wisdom tooth is under gum.?

Gum Pain. You may need that pulled also or at least checked out by a dentist! Read more...
Impacted wisdomtooth. A trip to dentist will help determine if you have impacted wisdom tooth giving you trouble and need to be extracted by an oral surgeon. It probably is infected and needs to be treated first with antibiotic and pain killer. Read more...
See your Dentist. You might be teething. The wisdom tooth may be trying to erupt, may be infected, may be damaging bone/gums. See your Dentist to determine cause of pain and treatment choices. Read more...
Impacted tooth. We could guess as to the cause of your problem or you could see a dentist to know for sure. I think the second choice is a better one. May be related to an impacted wisdom tooth or a number of other issues as TMJ and ear infection. Can be all related or separate issues. Read more...

Sharp Inner ear pain primarily right side wake me up, goes up to head. Never happened before. Wear headphone to sleep every night never had problem.?

? I have several questions. This could be an infection in the ear canal, but without further information cannot answer accurately. You should see your PCP or if you prefer a Virtual Consult. healthtap.com/DrJones Concierge Keycode YVCZAZ. Read more...

Head tingling on a daily basis with headaches and some inner ear pain with occasional wet feeling. Any thoughts to what this may be?

Headache and anxiety. I'm sorry you're having these symptoms and it's very difficult to determine the true cause without examining you. It would appear that with the headaches and the tingling this may be anxiety more than anything else at your age. You have a feeling of pain and wetness which I do not understand. The possibility of tempormandibular joint pain giving rise to your ear pain also exists. See an ENT doc. Read more...