Jaw pain any one?

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Hello everyone

I have been experiencing a pain on the left side of my head associated with my jawline can hardly chew or open wide headaches body weakness. I feel so bad and sad not sure what to do other than crying.

Any advice I would appreciate greatly.

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    You might want to try a nightguard at night-- you could be grinding your teeth/moving your jaw at night. Hopefully, that is it. I have one too.

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    I've just had sinusitis for 3 weeks with hip back and knee pain. Not sure if it's menopause related but it's been agony. Just sat and cried for two days. Two lots of antibiotics, mega painkillers and prescription decongestants plus visit to dentist to rule out teeth!!! Finally clearing up but joint pain lingering. Best of luck. Keep going to gp xxx

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    Yes, I have been getting jaw pain and pressure, especially my upper teeth and around my eyes. That along with the headaches and terrible neck pain is horrible at the moment. Most of mine have been added into my chronic daily migraine diagnosis which i think has come on from hormones and starting peri. I have so many horrible head and vision symptoms, it just so debilitating and tiring. Sinus has been ruled out as i had a CT of them, Ive also had brain MRI and nothing was found so it has to be the horrible hormones at play.

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    I have been getting jaw pain for the past 4 years on and off. Got scan of jaw and all came back normal. I notice it around ovulation time so I think it might have something to do with peri. Feel like I have to eat soft foods during this time. So annoying. Jaw feels completely fine now but at least once a month I get symptoms.

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