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I am suffering from pain in my jaws, temples and behind my right eye. What could this be ?

19, no dental problems in the last year. So I m fairly certain that something is wrong with my jaw. It gets stiff on occassion and clicks when I eat sometimes, and does go away for days sometimes. Two days ago, I woke up with no stiffness but tooth pain on my right side and a migraine type pain around my temples and in the area behind my right eye. Now, the tooth pain has gone away, but the eye pain still persists. The pain isn t constant all day, but pops up randomly. I think that I maybe still be grinding my teeth, but it does not always give me the teeth and temple pain. What could this be and what do I do? This is very random.
Asked On : Mon, 11 Jul 2011
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Thanks for query.
It seems that you have got lax T.M. joint or sublaxation of the joint.
Muscles of the joint are lax giving some looseness of the joint giving clicking at the joint while opening mouth or grinding.
Do not wide open your mouth.
Keep your hand on the joint while yawning or wide opening of mouth.
Consult orthopedic and seek his advice,
ok and bye.
Answered: Mon, 11 Jul 2011
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