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have swelling of parotid gland along with tmj - occasionally when eating, after taking a couple of bites of food, face becomes numb, tongue gets numb. Numbness and tingling in both arms and fingers. fingers swell and become pink - no stomach upset, but after several minuts and when these symptoms start to subside, i get abdominal cramps occasionally followed by diarrhea. episodes occur on an average of once a month - never had more than one episode in a day and symptoms are very severe now - and have included sweating on one occcasion.
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replied January 24th, 2010
TMJ and complications
Hi deedeemarie, Your concerns which cover a variety of body parts are hard to relate to a TMJ and a parotid gland issue alone. These should be examined by. 1: your family doctor 2: a dentist who is experienced in these issues. Tinnitus is usely present with thes symptioms when swelling is present especially with TMJ issues.
Specializing in facial injuries and pain, corrective jaw surgery, wisdom tooth removal, dental implants, bone grafting, and TMJ
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