About Me: Female, 75, halifax, United Kingdom, member since Mar 2008
married, 3 children, all overseas, 2 australia, 1 usa, i enjoy oil painting , music, and walking, and cooking, lived in australia 32 years, had bad car accident in oz which has left me with balance problems that come and go, and cfs.
"I have tmj not in alot of pain no clicking ect, but i get this awful pulsating and tingling and tightness in my jaw, and crawling and itchy feeling in my ear, (same side), what is causing this. my dentist here in the uk says it is a musc..."
"HI there, so sorry you are going through all these horrible symptoms, the doctors seem to think that anti depressants can cure nearly everything,( if they cant find a cause)and if you wer'nt depressed before you end up with it after thte..."
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