My jaw shudders and I am not cold I have got a cold and cough?

bacicly, I am 11 years old and I have been off sick for a bit with a nasty cold and a chesty cough. I get it every year around the autumn and winter months but this time it has come with my jaw shuddering/juddering. Like when you are cold and you make that strange noise like suuttsuutsiut. Anyways. Any ideas of what this could be?.
Anonymous User
Anonymous User
Asked Oct 02, 2012
I think this happens to everybody. It happens to me sometimes when I yawn, when the muscles are tightened. The jaw part sounds harmless. If it continues for a really long time or if your jaw starts hurting you might want to have a doctor diagnose you.
Answered Oct 02, 2012
Thankyou, its really been freakinge out . :)
Freaking I meant. :)
Sometimes the body temperature falls and results in the change in normal temperature of the body. Well, you should keep yourself warm, drink and eat hot stuff and stay away from this hypothermia condition. Get good check up on time and take the flu shots as prescribed by the doctor.
Answered Jan 17, 2020

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