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Now My Teeth Hurt–No Cavities, It’s Fibromyalgia Related!

TMJ three letters that stand for…PAIN. The medical term is Temporomandibular Joint Disorders.

TMD is a musculoskeletal disorder, which means that it affects muscles and bones. Sometimes people refer to TMD as TMJ, the correct term, as recommended by the American Dental Association, is TMD, or temporomandibular disorders. (either term causes pain for those of us who suffer from the condition)

Musculoskeletal disorders are the most prevalent cause of chronic health problems, disabilities, and health care utilization. They are the second most common reason for restricting activity and consuming medication.

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