I have been getting this fairly constant, extremely sharp pain in one area on the left side of my head only. I also will get random, but intense jaw pain of the left side as well. I do not have any vision changes, or nausea or vomiting. What could be causing this to persist?
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If along with jaw pain you have headache then it could be due to TMJ or even due to heart attack (if you have a chest discomfort, even without it, it would be wiser to get this evaluated). The other possibility is trigeminal neuralgia. It could also be a pinched cervical spinal nerve. It is difficult to comment beyond this on net. You will have to consult a neurologist and your physician to rule this out one by one.
Hope this helps. Do let me know if there is any thing else and keep me posted. Take care!
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