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Mild lower jaw/chin numbness
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Mild lower jaw/chin numbness

Hi Ive noticed some mild numbness in my lower right jaw/chin area. Its been off an on for the past couple of days?

I do have chronic neck, shoulder and upper back muscle tension with some occasional radiating tingling in arms and hands. Frequent joint pain due to occupation (massage therapist) and atypical symptoms of crohns.

I have noticed more tightness and compression in my neck even with regular massage ,stretching and exercise. Sometimes I also get numbness in traps on right side while exercise- possibly from bra strap and weightbearing movement on the same side?

I haven't had any recent dental work, or any nuero work ups as of yet.

Wondering what it could be?

Thanks
Sha
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im feeling a bit of that right now myself.
my orthodontist says it's my second molars coming in.
maybe if you're older it's your wisdom teeth?
have you considered TMJ?
hope that helped,
nina
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