Hello to all.
Its my first registration on this site and I am still searcing how to use the site. So please excuse my mistakes.
I am Maja from Slovenia and as I tried to find people from my country with similar issues and could not find them I was so glad to find this site.
Since then I read some topics that were really usefull.
I have never heard of the eagle syndrom before this July so I had mixed feeling when I found myself with symptoms described as common for the syndrome.
I have been having some problems with my right side of throat, muscles, jaw and ear for. But they were mild and coming and gowing so I did not pay much attention. But then this june I have started having real toothache and the dentist supposed tooth granuloma on my 6th tooth down right. For a month or so I have been feeling this strange tigthness or like something is stuck in my right side of throat right beside more behind the tonsil (i still have them and never had problems with them). And the strange feeling does not cause problems swalling i just feel it when I am not eating and when swallowing saliva. Because the above mentioned supposed granuloma the dentist gave me antibiotics and sent me to panoramic dental x ray. (The dentist is on holiday so he did not see the x ray yet but I did) Luckily or not and found something other online x rays did not have…2 sticks from my jaws but there were no signs of granuloma inflamation near the tooth (from my point of view).
Just to mention I have acid relux and therefore I sometimes use medicatation for that and because I am very sensible person have also anxiety issues.
I have not seen the ent specialist yet due holidays and I was hoping to get an appointment after August 12, and bring the x ray with me, but I am very skeptic if he will buy my styloid theory (not to mention that I am very afraid of the appointment thinking what else may he find…cancer et all). In Slovenia there are not many case or they are not familiar with it.
I would really appretiate If you would take a look at my x ray and tell what you think (I know you are not doctors
Thank you very much and sorry for my english.