Question by  sb2009 (20)

I have a pain in my jaw and a sharp pain in my legs. Could the same thing be causing both?


Answer by  playmaker55 (314)

Yes, however in order to fully understand what is causing the pain it is important to go to a medical practicioner. They have the tools and skills to find what is causing the pain and fix it.


Answer by  Latin4 (11170)

Pain in the jaw is usually a symptom of heart problems. See someone ASAP. Leg pains could be part of that also.


Answer by  Darkephoenix (1789)

Possibly. You could have a pinched nerve or swelling that is putting pressure on the connecting nerve or muscles. Hope that helps.


Answer by  angiem1981 (1059)

Yes, this is quite possible. You only have 31 sets of crainial nerves that serve the entire body, so pain from the leg and/or jaw could be the same thing.

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