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Chronic pain in lower jaw. Painful to eat, difficulty brushing teeth and drinking cold drinks. What may it be?

Hi My name I Graeme Wilce I live in Christchurch New Zealand. I think that I may have T.N. on my left lower jaw, I keep getting this chronic jabbing, stabbing , electric shock like pain,in my left lower jaw line, its not from my teeth , I checked with my Dentist ,and its not T.M.J. It is painful to eat most of the time,and its hard to brush my left lower back teeth,and drinking cold drinks, A-N-D even my saliver can bring on this excruciating pain..can You Doctor XXXXXX say what it may be??? This afternoon I have an appointment with my Doctor as well 20/12/2012 Thank you very much .
Asked On : Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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U may have sensitivity or weekend gums as this r know to cause painful while eating
Also do soft brushing.. take vitamin b and c I'm large amount
Answered: Sat, 10 Aug 2013
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