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Yes, I would be concerned. After all you have been through, I am amazed that you have come through so well. Necrosis in our layman's terms is...
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Is it possible that you could have the mumps?  I have enlarged lumph nodes but mine are not painful. So I am wondering and I know that the mumps...
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Posture is more likely, though TMJ could put stress on your neck too.  It's amazing how interconnected your body's different systems are.
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I am not sure about this but I am somewhat familiar with HPV  but I also know there is not a test to find out a person "status"...
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go to the dentist
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Based on the limiting information you have posted, you may have a TMJ disorder (temporal-mandibular joint). See a dentist or oral surgeon that...
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Hi Just try and keep working your jaw, opening it as far as it will go the closing it, when you get the chance just keep doing it, should work.Get...
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I'm no doctor but it sounds like those might be symptoms that a neurologist may help with.  Neurontin might be able to help with the pain...
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My, unprofessional advice, yes. Just to check it out if nothing else, you have to be careful with anything so near the brain. My brother ignored his...
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jaw pain can indicate cardiac problem consult doctor immediately to rule out heart attack
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Hi Yes this can happen its from the extraction, just take some pain killers, give it a couple of days.Your be OKGood Luck
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Maybe this site where you may find helpful, Information : www.teeth4.com
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If your tests were not reviewed by a cardiologist and you're basing your decisions that every thing is normal, then I would not be assured until...
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Yes, continue taking your antibiotic as prescribed by your medical provider. Call the medical provider for a separate treatment for your thrush.
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Hi Try a mouth guard like sports menwear, why you sleep in can help, I used to do that really makes your jaw ache, but with me mouth guards were not...
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