Tooth decay headache

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suggesting that I do not have a bleeding gums or the gums are not wounded or broken and bleeding... just a tooth decay.. did I get infected also... I have done it last Saturday evening, July 12, 2008, I do not clearly remember if I give her the oral sex longer... because the morning I have a headache and feeling not ok like I would be having a fever and cannot eat well, and so my stomach is little troubled also... should I think it is but a Hang Over?
Temporal arteritis, internal ear infection, TMJ and tooth decay can all cause a temple pain. Infection in the eye, glaucoma, near and far sightedness and sinusitis are the other causes. Do discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Take care!
Tension headache is a possibility. Temporal arteritis, internal ear infection, TMJ and tooth decay can all be the cause of pain. In temporal arteritis there is inflammation of the blood vessel at the temple. Internal ear infection, fluid in ear (went in during swimming or during a shower bath or due to infection), or impacted wax can be a problem. TMJ and infection of tooth, exposed nerve endings of tooth can be a problem.
Do you have any tooth caries or tooth decay on the same side? Do you have any ear discharge or ear pain? These could be the possible causes of the enlarged lymph node. If the pain still persists after a few days of taking the OTC medication, consult your physician for a clinical evaluation and a confirmed diagnosis. You could probbaly be having an ear infection due to the pain worsening with movement , but this needs to be confirmed by a physician. Hope this helps. Good luck.
Temporal arteritis, internal ear infection, TMJ and tooth decay can all cause a temple pain and should be ruled out first. Infection in the eye, glaucoma, near and far sightedness and sinusitis are the other causes. Tension headaches due to stress too affect the temple area. It can also be migraine. Since I cannot examine you and know other related conditions you may be having, nor is a detailed history possible on net, I have listed the various possibilities that should be looked into.
Tension headache is a possibility but again less likely. Temporal arteritis, internal ear infection, TMJ and tooth decay can all be the cause of pain. In temporal arteritis there is inflammation of the blood vessel at the temple. Internal ear infection, fluid in ear (went in during swimming or during a shower bath or due to infection), or impacted wax can be a problem. In infection of tooth, exposed nerve endings of tooth can be a problem.
What do you know about severe Vitamin D definacy and tooth decay....Im asking this because I am a 45 yr old female who has always had fairly decent teeth with minimal cavities through out my life. Just over the past year or so I've come down with a "severe" case of Low Vit. D, I am taking huge amounts of perscribed supplements for this...all of a sudden ( meaning over the last six months), I have developed alot of tooth deacy,,,hence this one I just had filled yesterday.
Temporal arteritis, internal ear infection, TMJ and tooth decay can all cause a temple pain. Infection in the eye, glaucoma, near and far sightedness and sinusitis are the other causes. Do discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Hope this helps. Take care!
A tooth infection is an impediment of tooth decay. It may also result from trauma to the tooth, such as broken down tooth or flaked tooth. Openings in the tooth enamel allow bacteria to infect the center of the tooth (the pulp). Tooth infection may increase out from the root of the tooth and to the bones supporting the tooth. A tooth infection is usually originated by a dead tooth. Everything inside the dead tooth breaks down and liquefies and there is nothing to fight bacterial growth.
The other RC was done a couple of years ago because of sensitivity and some indication of minor root decay due to old trauma (probably when I broke the other front tooth.) I still have a pressure feeling in the newer RC tooth. I also have intermittent recession of the gums on both teeth. In recent weeks I have had stinging in gums around both front teeth, particularly where the crown meets the roof of my mouth in the back. I have some noticeable recession of the gums and redness.
The tooth filling dropped out some 8 months later and pains started again so we understood finally that it was caused by the slight decay in my wisdom tooth. The tri geminal nerve feeds through to the jaw and teeth. I sympathise completely with you. I too cried a lot - the myriad of pains are just intolerable. I hardly slept during this period. Standing under the shower helped. I wish you luck. I hope you can get tested for all the items I mentioned. It was an expensive illness for me.
Roots were very deep, the tooth had broken and was not savable because of the extent of decay that had grown under the old filling. One of the roots had grown up into the sinus, and the oral surgeon told me there was a tiny pinhole into the sinus. He gave me very specific instructions on post care for such a scenario, but he said he did not anticipate any complications if I followed all instructions.
I have been back to a dentist to rule out tooth decay/infection. I do grind my teeth and a mouthguard has been ordered.
Tension headaches due to stress too affect the temple area. Temporal arteritis, internal ear infection, TMJ and tooth decay can all cause a temple pain. Infection in the eye, glaucoma, near and far sightedness and sinusitis are the other causes. Since I cannot examine you and know other related conditions you may be having, nor is a detailed history possible on net, I have listed the various possibilities that should be looked into.
Tension headaches due to stress too affect the temple area. Temporal arteritis, internal ear infection, TMJ and tooth decay can all cause a temple pain. If the pain is one side it is important to rule out ear infection and dental caries. Dental pain is often so severe that it hardly responds to any pain medication. The same is true for a blocked Eustachian tube in the ear. Infection in the eye, glaucoma, near and far sightedness and sinusitis are the other causes.
I hope your anxiety has improved by now. Maybe my experience will help you. Three years ago I was treated for a tooth infection. It was quite painful. I had to wait almost two weeks for treatment! So I was given a course of amoxicillin. A Two days into that prescription, I began having SEVERE anxiety! I had trouble with generalized anxiety o disorder in my teens and early 20s, but I got over them by around my 30s, basically by just surviving them and living life.
Hi, What are you taking for the migraines? Are you on regular follow up with a neurologist? Have you noticed a tooth decay or caries or tooth abscess that could lead to the acute symptoms that you describe? You should try some pain relief medications and see if they help. A neurologist opinion would be advisable a sa routine follow up and also get a clinical examination to find out the cause of this headache. Do you have any associated ear discharge?
I feel pain up in the sinus area also,as well as a headache in that area. Now a THIRD tooth he did 3 weeks ago is also getting sensitive to cold, where before it was ok before he filled it. His explaination was that the pulp needs time to adjust to the filling, and the pulp swells which touches the nerve. Its been a long time in waiting...are the teeth simply re-adjusting yet? Or are they "too far gone" maybe?
Could be anything from a sinus infection to tooth decay or a bad reaction to a medication.
Temporal arteritis, internal ear infection, TMJ and tooth decay can all be the cause of pain. In temporal arteritis there is inflammation of the blood vessel at the temple. Internal ear infection, fluid in ear (went in during swimming or during a shower bath or due to infection), or impacted wax can be a problem. In infection of tooth, exposed nerve endings of tooth can be a problem. In TMJ, the pain will be aggravated on opening the mouth and on chewing.
Temporal arteritis, internal ear infection, TMJ and tooth decay can all be the cause of pain. In temporal arteritis there is inflammation of the blood vessel at the temple. Internal ear infection, fluid in ear (went in during swimming or during a shower bath or due to infection), or impacted wax can be a problem. TMJ and infection of tooth, exposed nerve endings of tooth can be a problem. Infection in the eye, glaucoma, near and far sightedness and sinusitis are the other causes.
Temporal arteritis, internal ear infection, TMJ and tooth decay can all be the cause of pain. In temporal arteritis there is inflammation of the blood vessel at the temple. Internal ear infection, fluid in ear (that went in during swimming or during a shower bath or due to infection), or impacted wax can be a problem. TMJ and infection of tooth, exposed nerve endings of tooth can be a problem. Infection in the eye, glaucoma, near and far sightedness and sinusitis are the other causes.
an implant put in 3000.00 later. Ugh what a headache. If their is a smell that means decay under the crown or something else brewing. Crowns should always feel tight & not smell when flossing between.
Temporal arteritis, internal ear infection, TMJ and tooth decay can all be the cause of pain. In temporal arteritis there is inflammation of the blood vessel at the temple. Internal ear infection, fluid in ear (went in during swimming or during a shower bath or due to infection), or impacted wax can be a problem. In infection of tooth, exposed nerve endings of tooth can be a problem. In TMJ, the pain will be aggravated on opening the mouth and on chewing.
Tension headaches too affect the temple area. Temporal arteritis, internal ear infection, TMJ and tooth decay can all cause a temple pain. Infection in the eye, glaucoma, and sinusitis are the other causes. Since you have a pea size lump at the left temple, it could be a neurofibroma (collection of nerve and fibrous tissue) causing pain or temporal arteritis. It is difficult to comment beyond this at this stage. Do discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Hope this helps.
Dental infection, decay, injury can cause pain radiating from tooth to the jaw, cheekbones and head. Cluster headaches also cause throbbing headache usually on one side of the face. The pain radiates from head to eyes, cheekbones or jaw. In migraine there is severe headache associated with nausea and increased sensitivity to light and noise. These all are just possibilities based on the information provided by you. Please consult a physician for further evaluation.
If the nerve in the tooth is dead, which is caused by the initial decay and the deep restoration, then the root canal therapy is the proper treatment. It sounds like the tooth also needs the post and crown.
Temporal arteritis, internal ear infection, TMJ and tooth decay can all cause a temple pain. Infection in the eye, glaucoma, near and far sightedness and sinusitis are the other causes. Since there are pulsations at the temple it could be due to increased blood pressure. Temporal arteritis is another possibility. Tension headaches too cause a bulging vein at the temple with headaches. First of all get your blood pressure checked. If this is high, then this needs to be controlled.
The other possibility is caries tooth where there is tooth decay and nerve roots get exposed. These also cause severe headache and a pain that is unbearable. Please visit a dentist to start with. Hope this helps. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
I then had sever right side face , jaw, neck and head pain after a wisdom tooth extraction. The diagnosis went from rare gland infection to triginamal nerve problem. Neurologist now says neck disc problems from degeneration or old injury is the problem.. Now the neurolgist wants me to see a neuro surgeon.
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