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Although Teeth Are Not Bad Can They Cause Headache And Dizziness
Usually not: Wisdom teeth usually cause problems at the sight of the tooth. ...Read more
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Maybe: As impacted or misaligned wisdom teeth try to erupt and grow, the put tremendous pressure to the teeth in front of them increasing the frequency of nightime clenching and this can be a source of facial pain and headaches. ...Read more
I get bad headaches bad dizziness almost like I'm stoned feeling have bad upper wisdom and some bad teeth. Been weeks now off and on what could it be?
I would go to the ER: I would not hesitate in going to the emergency room right now. ...Read more
Dizzy and little lightheaded achy teeth and headache. Is this common with 857mg of amoxicillin. I'm on day 4. Can't even drive cause of dizzyness.. .
Can my wisdom teeth be causing really bad headaches, presure behind ears, ear problems and dizziness?
Toothache can cause headache and dizziness? I'm experiencing these symptoms during the day. My tooth pulses and I can hardly chew. What should I do?
Yes, it can: It appears you may have an infection, which is also taxing your immune system. Not eating right and not sleeping well can also cause your symptoms. Why are you waiting to call a dentist for an appointment? This will not pass by itself, but will become worse in the near future. Call today and feel better tomorrow. ...Read more
Absolutely: Tmj can definitely cause headaches in the temple and mid- facial zone. It can cause a sense of fullness in the ears, ringing in the ears, and generalized dizziness or being off kilter. Treatment of TMJ includes heat to area, soft diet, antiinflammatories like ibuprofen, sometimes a muscle relaxant, and a night guard for the teeth.. ...Read more
I have a wisdom tooth coming in. Will it cause dizziness, eye pain, headaches, ear aches, and sometimes high BP? Tooth doesn't hurt all times.
Of course: The bacteria present around an infected wisdom tooth may spread systemically. Chronic wisdom tooth infection has an impact on our general health and organ systems--the heart, kidneys, high BP, dizziness, eye pain and other organs. Wisdom teeth that cause problems should be extracted. ...Read more
What do I have? My eyes hurt, gums itch and ach, mouth itch, tingle irratated, headache and dizzy. For a week from french kissing? I'm scared. Is it bad?
Can a sinus infection cause red spots on palate of mouth and a sore tounge? Slight temprature, headaches, dizziness and green mucus/foul smelling.
Yes, it can:
It's called palatal petechiae and caused by repeated coughing, sneezing. In addition, palatal petechia may be caused by suction. For example, if you have sinus infection or seasonal allergies and an "itchy throat" clicks the palate against the tongue, petechiae are formed as a result of the suction.
Rec. Check with your pcp or dentist for the detailed investigation. ...Read more
I recently stopped taking both Zoloft (weaned) and cymbalta (abruptly), and I'm having bad side effects, still. This is my third week of: major dizziness, sweating (profuse), nausea, headaches, and this weird feeling/taste in my mouth. It's as if my gums
Viral: Sounds like a viral flu. Treat symptoms and see your md. ...Read more
Tooth infection: It sounds like you have a tooth infection. You need to go to the dentist for an exam. If not, it can get worst and much more costly. Tooth aches from an abcess can give headaches, ear pain, and pain that travels. This tooth may need either a root canal, build up and crown or an extraction. ...Read more
Maybe: Infected wisdom teeth can cause all of those symptoms. Best advice is to see an oral surgeon for exam/recommendations. ...Read more
Wisdom Teeth: I'm not aware of any direct relationship between wisdom teeth and dizziness, but there's definitely been shown a connection between headaches and wisdom teeth. The solution to your headaches is to have your wisdom teeth removed. This is a very safe and common procedure. You should see an oral surgeon for an evaluation to see what's best for you. Good luck! ...Read more
I have a big headache tingly teeth I feel tired and weak and dizzy the past three days. I've been drinking water a lot and eating what could it be?
See a physician: I recommend that you see a physician who can evaluate and help you with your symptoms. Merely giving you a list of possibilities won't get you to feel better. ...Read more
I have tingling of my right cheek and some pain in upper right back teeth, I have also head headaches, jaw popping, dizziness.?
Examination: You need to be physically examined, and perhaps X-rayed by a Dentist to determine if symptoms are from abscessed (infected) teeth, infected sinus, infected ear, jaw (TMJ) joint dysfunction, or other cause (s). ...Read more
My daughter suffers from severe headaches that radiate from front all the way around the head and complains about being dizzy. Wisdom teeth r not in?
Have braces. Facial asymmetry prevails. When I open my mouth it opens in an arc manner. Wisdom teeth not removed. Headaches dizziness. Pain behind eyes?
Qualified: Braces alone will not resolve facial asymmetry. You describe a set of problems that suggests that you need the help of Specialists including an Orthodontist (not a General Dentist who does braces part time), an Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon, and a Dentist with additional training in managing TMJ Dysfunction. ...Read more
Top right wisdom tooth coming in but its all sideways onfacing out major headaches and dizziness could this be my prob all along? Had spells for 3 yrs
Possible: It is possible that your growing wisdom tooth caused this pain however one cannot answer this question for certain. Discuss with a oral surgeon and you may find an answer. ...Read more
Can't determine: As we are unaware of your medical history, medications you might be taking, and can't personally examine you, there is no way to properly answer that question. If all those symptoms are related to your recent dental visit and treatment, they should subside shortly. I suggest that you call your treating dentist and ask him\her that question. ...Read more
I had 4 wisdom tooth extraction 5 days ago. I am still having severe headache and dizziness. I am well hydrated and eat well. Why am I feeling unwell?
See below: Contact your oral surgeon or general dentist about any concerns. What are the variables, were the teeth impacted? If so, healing may take longer and be more protracted. ...Read more
Had root canal for pain in tooth, possible abscess. Have taken penicellen and Flagyl, pain came back, headaches, gummy eyes, dizziness low energy?
Needs evalutaion...: Your symptoms are not entirely consistent with a tooth abscess, so there could be multiple conditions going on. It would be wise to seek evaluation of the potential tooth problem by an endodontist, followed by your physican. Tooth infections don't result in eye infections, dizziness, or low energy routinely, but can have recurring pain and headaches. ...Read more
Have a headache burning feeling in mouth alittle dizziness it happens off and on for several weeks
As: As your symptoms have persisted for several weeks, you need to be seen and medically evaluated. Two weeks of headache and dizziness with a feeling of burning in your mouth are concerning. Please make an appointment to be seen by your doctor. If you developed worsening headache, fever, vomiting, or weakness then you would need to be seen in the er. Also, it is rare, but please be sure the carbon monoxide readings in your house are normal. The fire department (call the nonemergency number) will do it for free. Carbon monoxide can cause headaches and dizziness. ...Read more
My mouth pops everytime I open it. An I have headaches everyday. I get dizzy often. What could this be? Should I go to doctor?
See a doctor: I recommend seeing a doctor so that they can make a proper diagnosis and give you something to get rid of the condition or relieve symptoms. ...Read more
Hello I have bitter test in my mouth about 3 days I cant eat welland I feel have headache dizzy could you help me what's my problem?
I was hit in my mouth/nose area. I felt dizzy and fell, my vision was also blurry. Only a headache remains now, but should I be concerned?
Most times when I awake up I feel mild headache, dizzy and run temperature my mouth also lost taste and feel sleepy all the time. Wats wrong?
Sounds like: You might have an occult sinus infection. Go to see an ENT specialist for exam. ...Read more
My wife has been complaining about headaches that throbbing, and pressured. With dizziness, dry mouth and consistent being tired. What can this be?
Several things: Over the computer would be guesses only, such as a sinus infection that may have subsequent head aches accompanying it, and possibly if with a minor fever may cause dehydration and dry mouth, etc. With an underlying thyroid condition that as exacerbated with her illness and thus causing her to be tired more often, or possibly she is mildly anemic, etc...Too many "possibilities" so best for EVAL. ...Read more
The medical term is cephalalgia. It is a feeling of pain that can occur on either both sides or just one side of the head or neck. Headaches can be sharp, dull, or throbbing, and can radiate to different areas of the head. They typically last less than an hour but can ...Read more
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