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Old 11-04-2009, 11:45 AM   #1
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Weather and TMJ

Hi everyone,
So just a quick question, I was diagnosed early this year after about 6 months of constant dizziness and ear pain. after getting my splint the dizziness stopped, but now its back in full force, making me somewhat nauseus, not fun. im wondering if it has anything to do with the weather, its getting colder here, hurray for canadian winters. i wonder if it may also have to do with my splint, it has shifted my teeth quite a bit, and will be going to the dentist too to find a new doctor to look at my jaw, my current orthodontist could care less about my symptoms and says my teeth never touched in the front (funny cause he is the one who made them touch in the first place, i have had ALOT of work done on my teeth as a young teen). But I know they did because before the splint i could eat anything, and now i have to be careful with what i put on sandwiches and such because my teeth wont cut through and i end up making a huge mess. any feedback would help, thanks ahead of time, and im sorry if im not making sense but my head is driving me nuts. oh and i am starting to develop sporadic eye twitches, which i am not a fan of. I don't think anyone around me is either cause i will get super frustrated and start yelling about it, this is not helping establish my sanity :P thanks again and hopefully i can find some one to help me cause i'm going insane and no one around me really understands what im going through, i know others with this disorder but i dont think they are suffering to quite the same extent.

 
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Old 11-04-2009, 01:58 PM   #2
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Re: Weather and TMJ

when it rains my brain fog returns. likewise my ears hurt more in the cold. i haven't had complete 100% recovery so i don't know if it will get better or not. but what you are talking about isn't that uncommon.

 
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