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Nerve pain in teeth?

Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by xeleste, Jan 31, 2022.

  1. xeleste

    xeleste New Member

    I usually have full body burning. It’s been so much better lately but I slowly developed nerve pain in my teeth that makes no sense whatsoever. It moves everywhere, isn’t there all the time, isn’t sensitive to hot/cold, and sometimes comes on with burning in gums and lips. I have definitely had burning mouth before but this is lasting longer than usual. Does anyone have any experience with this? Is it symptom imperative?
     
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  2. TG957

    TG957 Beloved Grand Eagle

    It does sound like symptom imperative since it suspiciously coincides with reduction in full body burning. Moving pain is another indication. It happens quite often.
     
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  3. xeleste

    xeleste New Member

    Thanks it just hurts a lot sometimes so I got a little worried
     
  4. plum

    plum Beloved Grand Eagle

    I’ve had it and it’s actually quite common so please don’t fret sweetheart. Treat it as a TMS symptom and it will go.
     
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  5. Balsa11

    Balsa11 Well known member

    Can relate, sometimes I get the "foot fell asleep"/staticky feeling in my teeth. It goes away when your attention is occupied by something else.
     
  6. xeleste

    xeleste New Member

    Thanks so much plum! When I search up teeth pain in this forum your comments always pop up and they have been so encouraging and helped so much
     
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  7. fridaynotes

    fridaynotes Well known member

    interesting to read this now because i have had weird tooth sensitivity lately and i’ve chalked it up to TMS moving around my body. when i observe it closely and calmly, it seems to subside.
     
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