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Old 04-25-2019, 09:25 AM #1
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Default Please help . is is TN?

I have 2 molar extraction 4 weeks back. I am having eareche and my tongue feels scalded . in the morning I am good but as is start talking during the day my tongue starts hurting and i have pain in the gum area.
dr is thinking Nerve injury ? can these be symptoms of TN injury?
I sleep at night almost ok. I have anxiety and depression. I am 42 year old female.
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Old 04-25-2019, 12:44 PM #2
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No One has any advice? I am feeling desperate . should i post this in dental forum?
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Hi
As your post was only made a few hours ago, other members may not yet have seen it.
I see you also posted on the dental forum, which is a good idea.
Hope you get some answers and info to help
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Keep a calendar and a diary of your symptoms; onset triggers, frequency, duration, pain scale, any meds or treatments that help.
Give it a month to create a pain curve on the calendar. Take this to your doc and demand an MRI or CT.
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Have you diagnosed with TN??
I have same pain as you are having and would like to know..

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I have same as you are having..
Can you update?
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