Sounds like you have caused a strain in your jaw joint. Depending upon you age-this could take a while to heal/return to normal. Go see your dentist for an examination and a good diagnosis. Your info is so sketchy that it
When you say "Siliac Sack"- are you meaning to say the Sacro-Iliac Joint ? That is a common area in the lower back that can have subluxation, causing pain, and also decreasing flexibility. Also know as the SI jo
From my own experience, unless the mass is really big you usually won't even know it's there. I never noticed any pain at all in that area when I had the tumors on both of my glands. Again though, that was my own experience.
This community covers anxiety disorders and other mental health issues, Sophie.
The posters at Wellsphere's General Medicine community should be able to provide a more authoritative answer.
These sound like tremors and I recommend you have her checked out by your veterinarian. While your memory is fresh, jot down notes regarding what she was doing and does before and after these episodes, how long they last, and