Tooth pain neck pain

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Tooth ache, head ache, nassea, stiff <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>neck</span>.. it was too much i ended up crying for about 1 hour. hubby was with me thru it saying it would get better.
I had to deal with toothaches and dental pain ,y whole life. I had to have each tooth grind-ed down and a cap on each tooth! I was in a lot of pain from the time I was old enough to know what a toothache was. My Mom and Dad spent a small fourtune on my mouth so I would have pretty teeth and no pain. I thank them every time I think of that horrible pain!
They thought I might be clenching at night so I ended up with a bite guard at night and it helped greatly with tooth pain! Since you have a tight <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>neck</span> with Chiari it just makes sense that it will also be jaw issues so maybe teeth? Just frustrating how much pain can be in the neck area! :) Good luck!
I'm going to the Dr. on Monday to get an X-RAY just to see what it is. I went last month.. and he said he couldnt feel anything in there, and wasnt worried at all. He said my lymph nodes felt fine too.
My question is about the right side of my mouth. I get severe pain in my jaw, ear, and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>neck</span> when I lay down. Can this be related to the tooth problem on the other side of my mouth? Any advice would be helpful.
If no structural pathology of tooth or jaw bone identified, the most common culprit of tooth ache is muscular tooth ache, which is commonly associated with temporomandibular disorder. Seeing a tmj specialist or orofacial pain specialist is advised.
I do have some sinus drainage and pressure right now too and minor <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>neck</span> pain. But <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>neck</span> pain will go away with Advil, etc... This throbbing pain didn't start until after my dentist did the temporary crown a week ago. My periodonist made me a splint to wear at night about a year ago but it no longer fits due to 2 crowns that have been just put in. In your professional opinion, should I be concerned about this since (cancer)?
I had my top left last at the back tooth tooth extracted by my dentist last Monday morning. The extraction went well with no pain at all. But that evening I started feeling pain and it is going on. It is not a continous pain. it has a break. But when it comes it is very painful.The pain shoots towards my left ear which is very close to the point of extraction.
To make the pain sort of settle down for the next week, you can lay a damp washcloth, either warm or cool, right where it hurts, it will temporarily ease the pain. Aspirin or alka seltzer is really good for tooth pain, and you can hold the liquid seltzer on the side of your mouth where it hurts for a few seconds before swallowing. And thru this whole thing, drink extra water, water helps break up and drain any infection in the body.
I have got a pain in the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>neck</span> . Swollen Lynph Noid, chest pain particurly at night. The pain in my chest keeps me from falling asleep until I am very tired. It feels like someone took out my heart and scraped it on the street and put it back (like you fell and scraped your knee on your bike). In the morning it is gone. I notice it bothers me sometimes throughout the day but at night (every night it is terrible). Sometimes I have pain under my tongue. By the way this is all on my left side.
(ct scan shows enlarged lymph node) Last week that darned tooth flared up again leading me to question the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>neck</span> pain again as it flared up again too. Desperation sent me to an emergency dentist visit to find out the tooth is just fine, it's the bone that's infected. Is it just coincidentle that the neck pain and mouth pain are throbbing hand in hand or is there a connection?
i had pain due to a wisdom tooth turning in my gum, the pain was in my eye, jaw, cheek bone, and right side of head.. i also lost the sight in one side of my right eye for about 30 mins. i had the wisdom tooth removed and had very bad pain in all those areas for 2 weeks none stop. over the next few months the pain got better but i would still get the pains every now and again. while this was happening i was also having neck pain and acheing in right side of the back of my head.
i had pain due to an wisdom tooth turning in my gum, i had face, eye, jaw and head pain on the right side. i also lost the sight in one side of my right eye for about 30 mins. i had the wisdom tooth removed and had very bad pain in all those areas for 2 weeks none stop. over the next few months the pain got better but i would still get the pains every now and again. while this was happening i was also having neck pain and acheing in right side of the back of my head.
for about five day i have had a lot of pain in the right side of my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>neck</span> and jaw area along with only the right side of my throat i went to the emergency the did a strep culture or what ever but it came back negative so they told me to gargle salt water and take tylenol then sent me home and told me to come back if it doesn't go away i feel like they did nothing to help me the pain is just getting worse and i have been gargling salt water and taking tylenol since is started 5 days ago would like
Temporal tendinitis mimics migraines including TMJ pain temporal headaches, tooth sensitivity, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>neck</span> and shoulder pain. Treatment includes injecting local anesthetics and other medicines, moist heat muscle relaxants and NSAIDs along with physiotherapy. Multiple sclerosis would also need to be excluded.
Iv'e had tmj for a few years, have a night guard which has worked fine, I had bone spur surgery on my right shoulder on november 5th, 2009, started having problems with my front tooth it felt like I had a cavity between my two teeth, went to dentist he took xrays said I had abcessed tooth, he said I needed root canal so I did, he opened it up the tooth was empty no infection, so I didnt need antibiotics. went back 2 weeks later to finish root canal. I already had a crown on that tooth for years.
Polycythemia leads to high blood pressure, which in turn can cause the pain in face and the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>neck</span>. Does she have any problems with the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>neck</span>? Was there any complaint related to <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>neck</span> previously? When you do you expect to get the blood reports back?
Very painful, sharp electric-like spasms that last a few seconds or minutes, then a dull pain lasts on and on in back tooth that was chipped, dentist said no infection, to crown or pull. Monyhas made me wait. Pain is usually only on one side of the face, often in the left ear, along with 2 yr. daily migrains in frontal area, spreding to neck and shoulder tension. and t-zone on face.
By Sunday I was having intense pain where the tooth was extracted, in my jaw,<span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>neck</span> and ear. I went in on Monday and had it packed, packing fell out 4 hours later. Went back on Wednesday, the numbed the area and re-packed it. once the numbness wore off, the pain was back and more intense than before. Im very frustrated and tired of being in pain...Is there something besides a dry socket that can be going on?
On 1-10 scale, it's average of 5-6, with flare ups every 1-2 weeks where it spikes to 9-10. The pain begins where <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>neck</span> and back of head come together (it feels like it's up inside that skull ridge) and then progresses forward in a circle like if you put your thumbs in your ears, put middle finger where head and neck come together, then rotate hands forward until middle fingers touch eyes: THAT'S one of the worst areas, on both sides of head.
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hi I had a back tooth removed 11 days ago suffered a (not so painful) dry socket, now 11 days later I am having horrible pain up my face down my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>neck</span> and my skull feels sore to the touch all over the side tooth was removed, I am on amoxicillin x 9 days so i dont know what this could be but it feels like infection and my gums are white above the tooth next to the one extracted.
My father is 54 years old (non smoker) and for the past 3 years he's been having a reoccurring pain/swelling around the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>neck</span>/jaw area (right hand side - around wisdom tooth but its not that). Sharp kind of pain that suddenly appears and is similar to nerves being trapped more or less. We have seen dentist, doctors and done x-rays, ultra sounds and so on but everything appears to be fine. It calms down with antibiotics but its no cure... Do you have any advice what could be causing this?
I had the worst toothache on my left side which became jaw pain on the left side. After taking antibiotics the tooth and jaw pain slowly slightly faded with just a small toothache 1 or 2 times per week. However the eye and head pain and waking up with headaches and the horrible constant pain on my left side started maybe a few weeks after ky toothache went away. So its probably unrelated but just throwing that out there. Please help me.