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Right side pain on jaw, gums, SCM, eye, facial muscles, ear, back of head

Symptoms started a year ago, feels like my bite is focused on right side everytime I eat or drink, difficulty swallowing, pain in back right side of my throat connecting to my jaw, also pain on right side of Adam’s apple. Right eye twitches when swallowing or sneezing. I’ve seen 2 ENTs, 3 physical therapists, 4 different primary care doctors, my dentist, had CT scan, MRI, X ray of jaw, and a swallowing test. Nothing showing nothing helping. They’ve prescribed me xanax, lexapro, 3 different muscle relaxers, steroid pack, 800mg ibuprofen. The only time I have relief is the first few hours when I wake up, symptoms gradually come back throughout the day. I’ve been doing stretches everyday and facial pressure points and different jaw alignment methods. Occasionally my arms and hands and legs will pulse after swallowing very hard.
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You sure it's not Lyme bartonellosis. You don't always develop a bulls eye rash. Depending on you immune status. I have both for 6 years now amount other issues.
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I have similar symptoms as well plus. Read my post about cigs and broken trachea. There might get be something else that you are feeling or noticing. It a complete list
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