What are the causes of orofacial pain?

Answer The American Academy of Orofacial Pain (AAOP) says an estimated 7 percent of the U.S. population may suffer from oralfacial pain that is severe enough to require treatment. There are a number of po... Read More »

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What causes shifting pain in the body The kind of nagging, pricking, shooting pain that begins somewhere?

Common causes of lower left abdominal pain include diverticulitis, irritable bowel syndrome, left kidney stone, left kidney infection, crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, left ectopic pregnancy, l... Read More »

What causes pain with mild swelling just below the ear that can spread to the cheek and includes neck pain for flexion and turning toward the sore ear?

This is usually due to inflammation of parotid gland or lymph node inflammation.

What causes thigh pain?

Thigh pain causes vary from simple muscle cramps to serious conditions like Meralgia Paresthetica. Sometimes, the reasons for the problems have to do with the spine and/or any number of diseases. I... Read More »

What are the causes of foot&leg pain?

Leg and foot pain is generally caused by nerve damage, injury, muscle cramping or improper foot care. The pain can become increasingly worse if not properly treated. In some instances, it may be ca... Read More »