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Popping sound from jaws on opening, frequently bleeding gums, easy fatigue and cough. Remedy?

hi i have this popping sound coming from my jaws when i open them and nearly all my joints pop occasionally now. My gums bleed too quite frequently and i get fatigued easily... i think there is a mineral deficiency. Moreover i get cough way too easily and have weak lungs that cant even stand long hours on computer.. please suggest a remedy.
Asked On : Sat, 11 Aug 2012
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Dentist, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 's  Response
July 2014
Thanks for your query, i have gone through your question, the clicking sound is because of the TMJ disc displacement. take tablet piroxicam 20mg twice daily on first day and once daily on next 6 days if you have pain in the joint otherwise no need..take soft diet... bleeding gums is because of the deposits around the teeth that causes inflammation of the gums, you have to get your teeth cleaned once..for cough and lungs problem consult a general physician... i hope my answer will help you...
Answered: Sun, 23 Mar 2014
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