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Why does my jaw hurt when drink sour things?

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Dr. Paul Grin
Pain Management
3 doctors agree

In brief: Salivary glands

due to over production of saliva and pain is caused by the inability of the glands to discharge the saliva.
See your PCP for consultation.

In brief: Salivary glands

due to over production of saliva and pain is caused by the inability of the glands to discharge the saliva.
See your PCP for consultation.
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Dr. Louis Gallia
Surgery - Oral & Maxillofacial
2 doctors agree

In brief: Parotid gland

Sour foods trigger increased saliva production, This can in some people cause a "cramping" effect in the saliva glands.

In brief: Parotid gland

Sour foods trigger increased saliva production, This can in some people cause a "cramping" effect in the saliva glands.
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2 doctors agree

In brief: Acid

"sour things" contain acid.
You may have cavities in your teeth, you may have calculus adhering to your root surfaces. Really hard to diagnose your problem over the internet, sight unseen. Please call a local dentist for a consultation.

In brief: Acid

"sour things" contain acid.
You may have cavities in your teeth, you may have calculus adhering to your root surfaces. Really hard to diagnose your problem over the internet, sight unseen. Please call a local dentist for a consultation.
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