I have had pain on one side of my face and into teeth for about a month.
It started in the very cold weather and I assumed it was neuralgia. When teeth started to jangle, I went to the dentist who said everything was ok, apart from being over sensitive (an understatement)
My GP on line symptom checker said fibromyalgia, which I have!
I have trouble still in cold wind, brushing my teeth, washing my hair, and lying on that side.
I'm just dithering about ringing the doctor as anything to do with my FM doesn't involve any cure. My new GP is kind and sympathetic but I don't want to waste his time. Dreading my next dental check up.
any GN common sense advice would be appreciated.
I've had FM for 20 years so not expecting much from medical professionals.
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