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Old 09-28-2003, 05:57 PM   #1
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Unhappy Did I experience baaad TMJ today? Read what happened!!

Well it all started today when we decided to go to the ocean, I was all happy for it and ready to go.....
Well we were driving and we hit an elevation point, my ears got plugged boy let me tell you if you have ear problems like I do it hurts when they get plugged!! So I was stuck with that symptom for a while, my mom had the windows down so that made them hurt even more!! My mom and sis started talking and I felt like they were yelling!, which they were not it was just me, and then my ears started ringing!!! After that they just hurt. I had to deal with that today plus...
Know I am sitting at home and my teeth hurt? I don't know why but they do and I just hate it!! Is that a bad TMJ day or is that like that for alot of you??? Does this happen to some of you even without going into a diff. elevation?? The ringing stays for me And so does the Hypercausis (sp?), but it hurt like crazy. Now I am sitting at home and just thinking to myself when will it end.......

 
Old 09-29-2003, 10:46 PM   #2
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Exactly that happened to me, just when I was driving home from seeing a maxillo facial pain specialist and feeling a bit more optimistic, we went higher up into the mountains and suddenly I registered I couldn't hear and then I had pain in my ears, we went down slowly and the pain went but after that both ears felt full of fluid somehow and were ringing. That was also the point at which my neck started clicking for the first time (so I wonder if this is connected to the ears) and my eustachian tubes (I guess) were popping a lot. You mum should have closed the windows! My teeth are more senstiive from grinding, I think a splint has really helped this,I hope it does for you too. I feel that this ear response to an altitude change constituted a bad tmj day, the ears did slowly calm down, but I was annoyed with myself for not avoiding going higher in the mountains, I didn't even think about it affecting me till it was too late. I learnt however from my friend that if you puff out your cheeks and keep air in your mouth it can help your ears not to be affected by pressure change, also doing this, and holding your nostrils closed whilst blowing hard with your nose can clear the eustachian tubes.

I'm sorry that happened for you.

Isobel

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