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"Jaw pain and no diagnosis"

About: Musgrove Park Hospital

I had a traffic accident 01/05/2017 case jaws broke or fracture or i don't know as its been over year going to nhs and they didn't told me its actual broke or fracture or what as for me its very pain full when i speak and causing a pain to my neck and a lot headache indescribable headache. Been to oral and maxofacial 9 times and all i get new appointment where i feel that i have very bad pain in my right bottom side off jaw and left top side and its make click and popping sound when i eat or speak that make me stop going out with friends for food and uncomfortable and jaws get locked when i wake up in the or in the morning. My consultant say it will be pain full but will go with time and i can feel its getting worst as i have another appointment next month and that make full one year since i had a accident and i still don't know what actual problem i have as i never been told or put on right direction or any treatment for it .

Story from nhs.uk

Responses

Response from Nicola Cole, Senior Matron, Surgery, Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust

I am sorry to read that you are experiencing difficulty with your jaw following your accident in 2017, and the impact this is having on your daily activities. I hope that the appointment you will be attending in due course will offer you some guidance. I include the Outpatients Department contact details below should we wish to contact them:

Opening Times

8am- 6pm Monday–Friday.

Tel: 01823 342750.

Email: appointments@tst.nhs.uk

Alternatively, you are welcome to contact me directly via email: nicola.cole@tst.nhs.uk to share your contact details, and explore how I can support you with this.

Kind regards,

Nicola

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