Tooth infection heart problems

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Dear Fellow Dental Sufferer, Its not a question of whether a tooth infection will infect other teeth, something I personally have not heard of. Its a question of what are you doing to cut the infection. contrary to what people with medical terminology might say, you can do a great deal to undo dental infection. 1 Stop eating sweets of any kind. 2 Make some oregano tea. Bring pint of water to a boil. Turn off and place 1 tbsp of dried oregano leaves in the pot.
It could also be due to tooth infections, impacted tooth or skin infections. The others are migrainous headaches and those caused due to brain disorders, disorders of the eyes , neck or ears to name a few.To find a cure you need to consult your primary care physician for proper assessment.In the meantime take OTC naproxen for relief from pain. Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
the extraction followed after 2 sessions of antibiotics unsuccessfully trying to save the tooth. so, now should i have my heart or anything else checked? This discussion is related to <a href='/posts/show/871667'>Re: Tooth abscess and heart valve damage</a>.
Saw my doctor on Wednesday and he said it sounded like anxiety. Dentist on Thursday, said I had a tooth infection. Freaked out, bc I know that this can spread to your brain. I've had a stye and a sinus infection, so now I'm convinced that it's spreading to my brain. My doctor said it's unlikely, so did the dentist. I'm taking an antibiotic and will be getting the infected tooth out next week. Possibly all 4... It's a top molar that's infected.
I went to a new dentist who said the filling was too deep causing pressure on a nerve in turn caused infection. I had to have the tooth pulled do to infection as I had a total knee replacement and there was worry of infection going there but also in the meantime I have a inflammed thyroid and doctors don't know why? Can this come about from the tooth infection?.
Mouth infection is serious. Your decisions based on your anxiety are ill advised. Tooth bacteria is proven to cause heart disease. If you do not understand medication instructions, ask questions instead of deciding you know better.
I'm not an expert, but other problems could quite possibly be a part of the tooth absess. He should really be on antibiotics for the abscess. They don't go away and will give him problems again. I know, I've had a problem with an abscessed tooth for about 3 months now. Even with antibiotics, if he does not get that tooth pulled, the abscess will come back again. An abscess is an infection in the gums. I would assume that it could possibly develop into all sorts of other problems.
I had that problem a few years back, I begged the dentist to remove an aching tooth but an x-ray revealed a pocket of infection compressing the nerves under the tooth.
The Veterinary Dental Forum is taking place in two weeks, which I will be attending, so I can find out more about the efficacy of this product, but it is sketchy at this point. Since it would work only to remove tartar and not infection, more has to be done to keep problems away. If we just look the info you've provided about your cat with PetzLife aside, we know there is decay and red gums. One concern you tell us is surgery.
How will I know if my tooth infection spread to my brain or other parts of my body??? Scared... I have a sinus infection and eye infection. Are all of these related??? Saw a dentist and doctor recently. I've had all sorts of symptoms for 2 + months. I'm so scared that I hVe a brain abscess. Please help... Thank you...
The reason for the antibiotics is because your dentist wants to pull the tooth! Wisdom teeth are HUGE and leave a big hole behind...(Mine even needed stitches..) An open hole in your gum is a direct path to your blood stream, and can even invite an infection into your heart...wisdom teeth normally get removed when they are threatening to become "impacted"...If your tooth isn't causing any problems, you may consider just getting the cavity filled... Are you currently on treatment?
My question is what kind of disease, besides dental, could cause tooth abcesses, miniscus problems, fatigue, muscle soreness? I am very worried hope someone can help.
It sounds to me that you have a recurrent infection from an old RCT. I do not think that this is the source of your other problems. Seeing the endodontist is the correct path. The old RCT can often be retreated.
Some conditions include poorly controlled diabetes, knee/hip replacement surgery, valvular problems in the heart, etc. If the infection is extensive and there is a risk for airway obstruction or spread to other places of the face/head, then antibiotics should be given. Usually if the infection is minor, extraction will solve the problem. An infected area is highly acidic due to the production of acid by bacteria in an abscess. An anesthetic solution is basic.
My question is what kind of disease, besides dental, could cause tooth abcesses, miniscus problems, fatigue, muscle soreness? I am very worried hope someone can help.
As I told the doctor, he stopped the surgery (he had not started it yet) and sent me to my primary doctor to get cardiac clearance. I am 29 and have never had any heart problems. I do have partial block of the right leg of the His cluster, but this supposedly occurs in 20% of people and is not considered an illness, the only contradiction being I could never be a professional athlete. I had never before encountered any heart-related issues.
I am very concerend that implanting this area at the same time of extraction with an abcess will cause worse problems. I am a heart patient and concerend. Should I be? The DDS (Oral surgeon) said once the tooth is gone..the infection is gone also., Is this true? I am on Augmentin 875 and this has not touched the pain or infection. Thank You so much for helping me with this. I am so scard that i am doing the wrong thing by having this implant at the same time as extration of tooth #7.
You seem to have alot going on here to me...again an infected tooth can effect the heart as well as the brain w. infection. Most of us actually do recognize the fact when something is going on w. our hearts because they basically tell us when something is wrong. You need to make a call to the dentist tomorrow and be sure to let them know that since the infection you are getting headaches as well as your heart is not feeling right to you ...
I want to hope and believe it is from a cracked root which caused a low grade infection in my tooth.. My dentist did not know of the crack until after I was still having severe pain after a root canal. And believe me I had major anxiety about having a root canal. I know it doesn’t help to say that it really wasn’t a big deal. The pain before (and after because of the crack) was the big deal.
I agree with chcnme about the antibiotics... or as HR suggests a little extra INF... Chcnme; my x had heart valve infection and was always told to get the antibiotic before dental work.
fast, slow, regular, irregular, and loud I assume as I read you didn't hear it before the tooth problem. If you have no other heart symptoms I'd wt out the 8 week estimate, maybe even longer before checking back with the dentist to see if you can get any "free" advice. It is my guess you will be told to contact your primary care doctor if the symptom doesn't go away.
my 3 yr old mastiff x looks as if he has a rotting tooth one in particular and some others a little yellow , he wont let me brush them , what shoud i do ? Please help .
an infection in your gums/teeth can actually cause an infection and heart problems with you and/or the baby...i know it sounds crazy but I'm sure you've heard before that tooth health is very important during pregnancy - that's why. so you need to get on antibiotics, stat, and get a plan for what to do...
A pulled tooth can result in numb toes, an overdose of anesthesia can last for two weeks and cause stomach problems. Root canals and dental infections can affect heart rate. Antibiotics can problem digestion. The answer is to do everything possible to stay away from dentist offices. Eat whole foods and not food products, especially the sweet ones that factories put on supermarket shelves to take your money and give you disease.
A dental infection can be cause for problems such as swollen lymph nodes due to infection and possible heart infections on damaged or artificial heart valves. But if she's getting her teeth removed, the source of infection is removed and the swollen lymph nodes return to normal. The bacterial heart infection may need to still be treated after the teeth are removed. Your physician should be able to properly refer her to a cardiologist if there is an possible damage to her heart valve.
Perhaps a trusted friend could go with you to help ease your anxiety. Your medical problems with your heart would only require a minimal dose of antibiotics, and that may not even be necessary with the new AMA standards. Your cardiologist could tell you. Please don't let your cardiac condition stop you from good dental care. There is NO substitute for a root canal and you're wasting your time hunting for one. Once the nerve gets infected either it has to come out, or the entire tooth does.
While the body may be accustomed to a particular blood sugar level, when a person binges and certain sweet acid levels in the mouth increase time after time, enamel erodes, hair sized tooth nerves degenerate, and infection eventually takes place. As alcohol is a derivative of fruit or grain sugars and starches, weekend parties can serve as the end point for dental health, causing the root canal culture of America and Europe.
A pulled tooth can result in numb toes, an overdose of anesthesia can last for two weeks and cause stomach problems. Root canals and dental infections can affect heart rate. Antibiotics can problem digestion. The answer is to do everything possible to stay away from dentist offices. Eat whole foods and not food products, especially the sweet ones that factories put on supermarket shelves to take your money and give you disease.
I had the number 18 molar tooth extracted on April 27 2011! I had a massive infection which I had to gone the ER for pain since it was a Friday night. The ER Md gave me Bactrim DS and Ketelorac. I was not able to get an appointment within that 10 day period and about 14 days later if Flared up again this time with massively swollen glands that were hard as rocks and unable to open my jaw or swallow. Went back to the ER and same thing.
most likely the same problem. I would suggest that you talk with your Doctor about the possibility of circulatory problems. There are medications that can correct this. When ppl have these issues, it can also effect the heart. Don't let this go untreated. This is just my opinion. Please take care and good luck with treatment.
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