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Has anyone developed serious TMJ symptoms after an acoustic trauma? No H, but pain when when talking and chewing+flutters. TMJ MRI/CT normal Sep 17, 2019

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    1. Aklara319
      Aklara319
      Has anyone developed serious TMJ symptoms after an acoustic trauma? No H, but pain when when talking and chewing+flutters. TMJ MRI/CT normal
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    2. Aklara319
      Aklara319
      Lyrica (prescribed for infection/noise-induced TTTS) takes my tinnitus down to a 1.
    3. Aklara319
      Aklara319
      I'd be fine with just the tinnitus. But how can noise cause TMJ symptoms? Never had jaw pain, go to club, pain with talking, chewing, no H.
      1. Aklara319
        Aklara319
        I know I've asked this on the "Support" page, but if anyone has dealt with something similar or has any ideas, I'm all ears (or at least if they aren't hurting). Dentist wants me to get an MRI of my TMJ, but I just find it such a stretch.

        I've had a slightly deviated mandible for years, but it never caused problems and is hard to notice. More of a congenital thing I think.
        Apr 3, 2019
    4. Aklara319
      Aklara319
      6 months, no change. Guess this is "chronic" now. Great to be 23
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    5. Aklara319
      Aklara319
      Anyone have tips for TTTS with ear/jaw pain?
      1. OnceUponaTime
        OnceUponaTime
        Muscle relaxers might help.
        Jan 8, 2019
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      2. Julien87
        Julien87
        TMJ disorder?
        Jan 8, 2019
    6. Aklara319
      Aklara319
      Sitting in silence and the tinnitus seems more distant. Softer. Like light chimes. Might just be habituation, but I much prefer this.
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      2. jay777
        jay777
        Like light chimes. i have died and gone to heaven
        Jan 4, 2019
    7. Aklara319
      Aklara319
      No progress in terms of loudness (12 weeks since club), but it’s not bothering me as much. Obviously would rather it fade—giving it time!
    8. Aklara319
      Aklara319
      Is it a good sign for T to be quieter in the morning? Goes from barely audible to a distinct ring a few hours later. Wasn’t always the case.
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      2. New Guy
        New Guy
        That's great news! How long have you had t? It very slowly was staying at a lower level longer but I had a setback last week so I've gone backwards. From what I hear a low hiss is a good noise to have, keep it coming.
        Dec 24, 2018
      3. Aklara319
        Aklara319
        About 11 weeks @New Guy! Noise induced from a club. Hope things keep improving.
        Dec 24, 2018
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      4. New Guy
        New Guy
        It sounds like you're on the right path. I wish you continued success!
        Dec 24, 2018
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    Gender:
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    Tinnitus Since:
    09/2018
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Noise