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After testing in July I was told that I had a unilateral, right-sided vestibular weakness that was responsible for feelings of being pulled to the right and imbalance I had been having since February after I had both a viral illness and an abscesses wisdom tooth. When I seem to have symptoms, I also feel a sensation of pressure confined to the roof of my mouth.

I’m trying to see if others with a similar condition have experienced that specific symptom? The ENT and my regular Dr seemed to not really think it was related, but it seems too closely tied to when I feel off balance not to be and gets worse when I do the vestibular exercises. I’ve been told I could have a headache, but this is really just pressure confined to the roof of my mouth. It got considerably worse when I had a dental treatment, so I’m uncertain if it’s solely a dental problem or linked to the vestibular deficit. 


   
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(@samantha)
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I also experience pressure in the roof of my mouth but my allergy doctor says it is due to my sinus & allergy problems. No treatment has helped so far.


   
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(@andersrer)
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I also felt that. But it was for another reason. I'm trying to cure a malocclusion. My lower jaw goes deep inside, which is why the front teeth do not converge.


   
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(@elbee)
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Hi there. I experience roof of mouth pressure too and have been to an ENT and dentist. No treatment so far has helped. It also affects my breathing as when my palate feels really heavy I feel unable to take a deep breath.

How are you doing now? Have you found any relief? Mine has been going for years now. It drives me crazy. 

with kindness,

El Bee 🦋


   
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Apologies for the late response. I understand that this thread is from three years ago, but I wanted to chime in and offer some insight. If you're still experiencing those symptoms, it might be a good idea to consult a medical professional who specializes in both dental and vestibular issues. They could provide a more accurate assessment and help determine if there's a connection between the pressure in your mouth and your vestibular weakness. 

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This post was modified 1 year ago by Chandra

   
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