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peacemama
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This is the least pleasant symptom I've ever had.

My jaw bones hurt SO bad when I drink anything. Hot. Cold. Room temp, it doesn't matter. It feels like the same intensity of pain that I get in my hips. Bad, bad, bad.

After I drink something (I'm mostly using straws now, which helps a little) I am in pain for a long time.

Anyone else have this?

I'm on a modified condensed cowden -- cumanda and quina for the last 2 weeks. Some unpleasant herxes, mostly physical.

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I have jaw pain, actually all over facial pain with the neck and head pain, but it's not really exacerbated when I drink something. It's just kinda always there.

You sure it's the bones? Sounds like it's more of a neuropathic pain.

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It feels like the bones and then goes into the teeth. It isn't sensitive teeth and gums though.

What is neuropathic pain?

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HaplyCarlessdave
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Hi-sorry to say, it sounds typical for lyme. Sometimes I had trouble getting rid of these odd kinds of pain; they're probably due to nerve damage. But as I eventually got better and better, these subsided-- I hope you have the same experience!
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I'm on a modified condensed cowden -- cumanda and quina for the last 2 weeks. Some unpleasant herxes, mostly physical. [/qb][/QUOTE]

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Do you have any root canals?

I use to have pain in my jaw- When I had two root canals pulled the pain went away

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No root canals. But I will add that the sound sensitivity (hypercussis) goes straight into my jaw bones.

Bizarre.

Anything I can do.

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I have heard that jaw pain can be related to babesia.

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