I have a muscle pull in my jaw, please help
i visited my dentist fairly recently and he advised that i have a muscle pull in my jaw i believe he called it an M.P something i just wanted to check on the net a few more things about this condition ...but i cant recollect what it is called could y
Tightening of muscles, feels like muscles being pulled. Reason?
The muscles on the back of my arms start to tighten real bad from my shoulder to my elbows and then across my back and then across my chest. It feels like my muscles are being pulled downward it does recede in pain in about 3-5 min.. I have seen a doctor about two days ago as I went into...
Small movable lump on neck, neck pain, pulled muscle. Serious symptoms?
My 11 year old son has a small, movable lump on the right side of his neck. It bothers him, but is not painful at the moment. It was somewhat painful when he first noticed it (October 24th), but the pain has subsided. He has not had a cold or sickness for quite some time. He did experience some...
Is it appendicitis or just a pulled muscle?
My seven year old son has pain around his belly button and right side of abdomen . He has no fever , not throwing up, and no loss of appetite . But his pain number is a 5-6, on a scale of 1-10. It hurts when I press on it, when he moves, or coughs, a
Rest well. Avoid strenuous exercise. Ice the affected area. Take antiinflammatory drugs. See your doctor if symptoms are troubling.
i take citalopram for depression, ever since I have taken it i suffer from a juddering jaw. please could you tell me why this is? many thanks
Citalopram is known to cause muscle twitches , the symptom you have is a similar effect.
What are the post instructions for after getting your wisdom teeth pulled?
1. Initially replace Gauze every 45 minutes.
2. Try sleeping in a reclining position, place ice packs on the site of surgery.
3. Liquid Diet and no Solid food (chewing) or Machinery Activities.
4. Regular Rinsing and avoid excessive jaw opening like yawning,talking,eating.
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