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throbbing asymetrical jaw

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • June 10, 2009
  • 02:15 PM

For a few years now i have noticed that my jaw is not quite symetrical. One side has a much more developed side muscularly. This has gone on for some years now. I went to the doctor, he said it was something to do with adrenalin and exercise would make it beter. I dont realy notice that is does.
The problem is at times the muscle on the overdeloped side will randomly start to throbb. It wont be painful, it will just make me aware that is is stronger and larger. I feel the muscle there more on that side.

I had changed a few things in my life and noticed that alot of diet changes has made a difference. Over eating makes it worse. I had once put a lot of honey in my tea before i went out for a cycle. Cutting that out made it beter.

Not drinking too much at meals and digestive enzymes have also helped. Sometimes a little alcohol has helped. At least i have seen it with wheat beer and some wines.

Please please please can anyone help me out here. This is realy doing my nut in.

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