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Sporadic pressure and pain in facial muscles, soreness in tooth nerves. Could this be due to lack of sleep?

I have been recently been suffering from some sort of sporadic pressure and pain, in the facial muscles . I almost never suffer from headaches, but the shooting pain I get under my cheek bones and jaw is similar to the sinus pressure caused by a migraine . I also have felt soreness in my tooth nerves. I suspect it might just be my lack of sleep which I have struggling with since I started my current job two years ago. But these symptoms are fairly new. Should I be worried?
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
in my opinion get consultation from doctor to rule out the disease related to this
it can be stress related but i advise to be sure
can be sinuses
muscle tears
tempromandibular joint problems
parotid gland inflamation etc
need to consult the doctor to investigate i these directions and be confirmed as it is nothing or something to worry
Answered: Sat, 7 Dec 2013
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