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Each case is unique, but yes, some cases of TMD can be cured surgically, or at least very effectively treated by a variety of methods. Seeing an oral...
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my husband has sleep apnea and he is a stomach sleeper its because they r not getting enough oxygen and causes them to and can cause them to snore to...
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it could be that  have an infection it happens but tell your dentist about the problem
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Hi Then its about time you got off to an ER, and get some scans done, something is not right.Good Luck
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I had something similar not too long ago. Is the pain most intense just behind your ear lobe and then spreading down into the neck via the jaw line?...
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Swollen neck lymph nodes may be the result of an infection, inflammation, cancer, or viruses. In your case, it is suspected that your...
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Hi This bit is from WebMD.Pain in your arm(s), back, neck, or jaw. This type of pain is more common in women than in men. It may confuse women who...
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I don't know about nausea but tightness in jaw could be caused by teeth grinding (bruxism) and TMJ. I have both and it can cause a lot of pain...
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Yes, it can.
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Maybe. Lymph nodes enlarge or become tender in response to an infection or inflammation in their immediate drainage neighborhood. Since your doctor...
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Talk to your doctor about the symptoms you are experiencing, If they can't find a common medication, they could make a combination medication to...
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Has your doctor ruled out TMJ? 
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It could be a Brachial Cleft Cyst.  Might appear small on the outside of the neck but is actually growing on the inside.  Mine...
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