Tingling in Jaw?

Answer

There may be many causes for tingling in the jaw. One of the conditions that is known to cause tingling in the jaw is peripheral neuropathy. The condition is the result of nerve damage that can also cause pain in the feet and hands. Another medical condition that causes tingling in the jaw is a stroke, which happens when the oxygen and blood to the brain is cut off. Lyme disease can also cause tingling in the jaw. It is a bacterial infection caused by the bite of a tick.
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