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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Hello
Doctor :   Hi
User :   I have a quick question.
Doctor :  
How can I help you?
User :   My jaw started suddenly hurting a few days ago. I feels sort of like TMJ...
Doctor :  
Ok, continue
User :   I also have a tight feeling surrounding my throat...
Doctor :  
User :   My lympnodes do not appear to be swollen, if they are it is very a very small amount
Doctor :  
User :   any my head is a little congested. hardly at all. I thought it might be sinuses, but I am not sure.
Doctor :   Fine
Doctor :  
Continue with your symptoms, if you have not completed
User :   I think that is all. like i said... a little pressure in the head, but not much. no runny nose... a little congested. jaw pain, jaw stiffness, tight pressure in throat.
User :   that is all
Doctor :  
So how did it start initially?
User :   I also hav mucasole e a in my lip believe
User :   i woke up with it huting initially, and then it progressed throughout that day. it has been 4 days, going on 5, and it's not getting much better.
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :  
Could you please tell, like how the symptoms started in an ascending order, starting with the first symptom first?

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