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Facial Pain...

Facial Pain...

Does anyone else suffer with facial pain that affects the ear, sometimes the shoulder? For 2weeks now having severe right sided pain that even affects my teeth on that side! Some people call it TMD fibromyalgia syndrome. Thank u and may we All have a better New Year L

A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Look in the mirror sometime, and your shoulders are probably all squenched up towards your ears. You probably grind your teeth and have TMJ. Because of the constant pain with certain movements, this puts even more stress on our nervous system. Everything is so related to everything else.

posted 5 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Yes i had pain in my face on the surface and deep like bone deep.

posted 3 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Thank u everyone that responded! Well that symptom is gone now but the RLS symptom is flaring it's ugly head lately 👽! The fibromyalgia merry-go-round. Oy if only I could win lots of money I could at least live in luxury 🏠go on luxury cruise, go to luxury Spa and pay for all of us to get together at one of my Estates probably the luxury Manor on the coast of England facing the ocean. Naturally my personal secretary would make all the arrangements while I 🛀. Blessings ♥✝L

posted 4 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Yes, pain in the face, ear, headaches and oh my teeth. Dentist thinks I overdo it when I tell them my teeth, gums and any item you put in my mouth hurts me.
Had many ear infections when I was younger.
Also I keep saying it’s age, but I know it’s caused by the fibro.... my eyes hurt and I can’t wear my glasses when the facial pain gets bad.
What I did notice is depending on the weather pressure will depend on where it hurts. When the pressure goes up , the pain is more in my face. When the pressure is very low it’s my back and legs that are worst.
Good luck 😉 and you are not alone

posted 5 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

TMJ is awful. I suffered with severe ear infections for years and compare the pain from TMJ to an untreated ear infection. It also causes pain down my neck and shoulder.
I noticed I was gritting my teeth and clenching my jaw a lot because of my body pain, which was in turn triggering my TMJ. So I really focused on not doing that and it did help me.
Hugs

posted 5 months ago
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