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Temporomandibular disorder or tmj disorder

Posted by @prashantnayal123, Sep 25, 2017

My jaw popps out when i yawn there is no pain and also i have chronic sinusitis i want to know is this popping jaw sound due to sinus aur is it a symptom of tmj disorder plsss help me and i want to know is their any cure for tmj disorder because i Google for it and there is no cure

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@prashantnayal123,

You bring up an interesting conundrum here. We have had many members talk about tmj pain, but you mention that you do not have any pain. I would like to invite @pclaire and @cbs61752 back to Connect as they have previously discussed having sinusitis and could share if they have ever had issues with their jaw as a result.

Would you mind talking a bit more about your situation? Could you explain what sinusitis is a bit more? Have you discussed this symptom with a medical professional?

Yesss actually 7 years ago my right side tooth got broken in half and i had root canal and after that i started chewing from left side of my mouth and since 2016 i started noticing that my left side face cheeks and jaw are harder than the right side and now since 6 months there is popping and clicking sound of jaw when i yawn and open my mouth but there is no pain

I want to know does chewing from one side of mouth due to a broken tooth cause tmj if yes so how can we cure such disorder

And i googled tmj symptoms and many people says that tmj start with normal clicks and jaw popping and then one day you wake up and your jaw is locked and their is severe pain in head ears and in jaw and there is no cure for this disorder

@prashantnayal123

And i googled tmj symptoms and many people says that tmj start with normal clicks and jaw popping and then one day you wake up and your jaw is locked and their is severe pain in head ears and in jaw and there is no cure for this disorder

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@prashantnayal123, it sounds as if you may need to speak with both your primary care provider and or your dentist. Unfortunately, we cannot diagnosis diseases or promise cures here on Connect. Have you thought about seeking a more recent opinion or a second opinion?

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