Please help. My husband can not get a diagnosis. He's 44. He has continuous pain on both sides of his jaw. The jaw pain seems to be worse when his sinuses are acting up. He's had a history of sinus problems, including sinus infections. FYI - he's on blood pressure medicine. He's had a neurolocigal work up and a cat scan. He's seen his dentist. No TMJ. Nothing can be found. He's tired of the pain and I don't like seeing him in pain. Please advise.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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