Two days ago I was in the middle of talking to my best friend and I honestly can't remember if my jaw popped but she says I said that it did but I just got this horrible pain in the right joint area of my jaw and since then it hurts to open my mouth wide, chew, say certain things and to move my mouth the wrong way, not to mention sneezing. I am a frequent gum chewer, I have noticed my ears ringing a lot lately, my wisdom teeth have been coming in for a while now although only one has broke through so far. I can't close my jaw to 'clench' without wanting to cry from pain. it does feel a little weird when I try to close it, If I dont focus on how bad it hurts and on what my mouth feels like I do notice that. I just don't know what to do. I want me wisdom teeth out, but can't until spring, but I am afraid something awful has happened. I don't know if it will just go away or what? ? Help!!!
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