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    So yesterday I got this weird twinge in my neck. It got worse and spread up to my temple that day but then got better at night. I thought it'd go away by morning but as it turned out it got a lot worse. I woke up at about 3 AM and it was painful enough laying down with it that I went and searched out some ibuprofen before going back to bed. That morning, it was still there but a bit better, so I took some more ibuprofen to make sure it didn't come back during finals.

    Right now it seems to have settled at my temple but it doesn't really hurt so much.

    Could this have anything to do with my teeth?
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    I think it'd probably either be something with your jaw, or your brain. Check to make sure your eye looks okay in the mirror. Abnormalities may indicate pressure or something like that in the brain. But it could be you jaw also. Do you have a toothache or something? I'm no medical professional though, I just like watching Mystery Diagnosis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    I think it'd probably either be something with your jaw, or your brain. Check to make sure your eye looks okay in the mirror. Abnormalities may indicate pressure or something like that in the brain. But it could be you jaw also. Do you have a toothache or something? I'm no medical professional though, I just like watching Mystery Diagnosis.
    Teeth are no worse than usual, sort of eh. If I were to go just by my teeth I'd guess that I just had the usual surface cavities that I get.

    I was just wondering if this could be related.
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    I suppose it could be. Been avoiding the dentist lately?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    I suppose it could be. Been avoiding the dentist lately?
    uhhm.

    maaaayyyybeee...
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    That sounds like a pretty distinctive series of events. I bet a doctor or even a nurse could make a guess, but not being a medical person myself I wouldn't even try.

    What I do know is that pains are sometimes caused by things that seem entirely non-related. My father was very physically active both on and off the job and he would suffer all sorts of minor injuries constantly for it. Occasionally the cause would be really strange, like bruising your heel which pinched a nerve which caused an ache in your upper back in addition to the sore heel. So who knows.

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    It's strange how nerves are connected...

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    Perhaps somebody who has had tooth problems could give input, or something? I dunno.
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    I would advise that you take the obvious route and go see a doctor. Ask for X-rays or some sort of scan to be done on your neck and head. You may be misaligned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silently Honest View Post
    I would advise that you take the obvious route and go see a doctor. Ask for X-rays or some sort of scan to be done on your neck and head. You may be misaligned.
    Call me foolishly unconcerned, but I don't really care if it's not about my teeth.
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