I've been dealing with pressure behind my eyes for 3 months and it just won't go away :(

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I started having jaw pain for about 3 weeks around march, it went away but pain passed on to my head so then I started getting headaches and feeling pressure in my head for months, about 5 months and then my headaches went away but pressure was still in my head, it felt like if my brain was inflammed or something I went to get a ct scan at hospital and nothing.. And now this, I started feeling pressure behind my eyes, feeling of tireness dry sore kinda feeling and its everyday all day! It just won't go away sad I already have 3 months and went to an eye doctor and nothing.. He said they were a little dry, he was kinda rude idk. Sometimes I feel like a pinch or pressure on my left side of head. Idk what to do or where to go can someone help and give me advice ... I've become depressed ;(

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    Do you have tmj problems?
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      I've had headaches for almost 2 years now. They are now constant and daily. Wake up with them. Have them all day. Go to bed. Just one on going headache that I have. I've been to chiropractors. Neurologists. Doctors. You name it. I spend about 5+ hours each morning just researching on my own because nobody can help me. I finally figured out it is most likely my misaligned bite/jaw as my symptoms are like yours. Back of the head. Go into my beck. My ear has pressure built up that pops and un pops 24/7 ( this is recent) I went to my dentist and he said I check every box for people who need a NTI-tss splint. I thought he was crazy but if you look up the splint, the creator dr Boyd has a book he made about it after he suffered from headaches for 12 years. I'm getting one in about a month. Sounds so crazy but after reading all the chapters about it I believe it will fix me. I encourage you to look it up. I used to have jaw pain that went away as well.

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      Wow I think I've heard of that, and I've been thinking on going to a neurologist and hoping they can help but it's expensive when you don't have insurance. I don't know if that's the reason to cause pressure behind my eyes but I'll look it up thank you.

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