Okay, has anyone else had jaw pain during pregnancy. I am having it on the right side and it hurts worse when I talk or when I eat. Just started today. However, jaw pain can also be a major symptom of a heart attack in women. What is your opinions. Anyone else?
I had it alot. Although I have bad problems with my jaw before pregnancy. I have problems with the TMJ. While pregnant it flared up and hurt so bad. I took a tylenol a day and selpt with a heat pack for almost two weeks. I also got on a antibiotic, because I thought maybe it could be a tooth infection. But it finally went away. I was also one of those withreally bad carpal tunnel, so I think all my joints were whacked out during pregnancy. I would maybe make an appt with you doc if it persists.
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