Jaw pain when I fully try to open my mouth ? Is it cancer?
17 year old boy. Smoked about 20-25 cigarettes in my entire life,I smoke cause I'm really frustrated with my life,so yeah suicide isn't an option for me, dying slowly is the only option to me , so yeah sort of an occasional smoker .Never drank alcohol. I've had my first heart operation when I was 6-7, it is called V.H.D or something where I had a hole, so I guess I kinda had problem breathing, and it's fully not blocked yet. I also have chest pains sometime
So recently I've been noticing jaw pains, and a cracking sound when ever I want to make , by lowering down and up mouth, but today after waking up I'm having a lot of pain, I literaly coudn't eat an whole apple, cause I couldn't open my mouth properly. Is it a symptom of Oral Cancer? If yeah , then yaaaaayy!! :D
My mom asked me to go to the doctor, I didn't what if i get caught that I smoke, I just wanna die!. So no life advice needed from you people, just cut to the chase :)
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