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Can A Rotten Tooth Cause Stomach Aches
Definetely: Infected tooth also called dental abscess. The bacteria from an infected tooth travels through the blood stream to other areas/organs of the body can cause bacteremia (bacteria in the blood) can also make you generally ill, with stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, fevers, chills and sweats. Prevention is the key for your dental health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Everytime I brush my teeth, about 10 mins later I have a terrible stomach ache. Ive tried diff pastes but I always get sick. Why is this?
Brush with no paste: I do not use toothpaste. I suggest you employ good brushing without toothpaste and employ good flossing. Then get checked why you are reactive to the toothpaste or what is present in your gut causing you distress. Issues surrounding triclosan in toothpaste are arising. ...Read more
I have two bad teeth that need to be exacted. Is it possible for that to give me a sore throat, a stomach ache and possibly aggravate acid reflux?
Possibly: A badly decayed or periodontally involved tooth can cause a sore throat if a posterior tooth. Swallowing infected secretions can cause GI upset. It shouldn't aggravate acid reflux but the upset stomach from infected swallowed secretions can make the symptoms of GERD seem worse. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes but it's rare: Avocados are a great source of nutrition. However, if you're one of those rare folks who are allergic to avocados, then you can experience stomachaches & pain as well as swelling of lips & mucous membranes, even breathing difficulties. Your family physician can refer you to a local allergist/immunologist for testing. If you have an anaphylactic reaction, be sure to keep 2 epipens (epinephrine) on your person. ...Read more
Pain more than Ache: Aaas are typically silent / asymptomatic while they are growing. Once they start to rupture people do experience abdominal / back pain. If you are >65 years of age, male, and have ever smoked, it is recommended that you be screened with an ultrasound for an aaa. If you are a women, >65 yrs of age, have a family history and have ever smoked you should also be screened. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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