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Old 03-02-2009, 07:30 PM #1
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Default Early episode signs?

I've only had two episodes so far, and I would be very happy if they were my last. They don't seem to be brought on by anything but I was wondering if anyone else would get a warm (sunburn-like) feeling on their skin and a dull aching in the nerves of their teeth(like getting braces tightened or like your about to lose a tooth)? It seems like these are early signs for me and I was just wondering if that was normal.
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Sounds VERY familiar. Mine felt like that. Like all the teeth on the top left of my jaw were too tight, or there was a vise around them. My upper left palate felt like it was on fire. I would have days on end where I wanted to take a pair of pliers and yank out all of my teeth.

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