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Do Permanent Teeth Coming In Cause Stomach Problems
My son is 6 and is losing milk teeth and gaining permanent teeth. Does it make sense to make a pantomogram to see if all is well? How often?
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
Stomach problems: Are you sure there is a direct relation? Wisdom tooth extractions usually dont cause stomach problems unless your taking strong medications or a lot of medications. Ibuprofen and Aspirin can cause stomach irritation or ulcers if taken too often. Call your dentist for direction or gastroenterologist. ...Read more
Tooth Neglect: Not sure if the stomach problem is associated with the lack of proper dental daily home care. The mouth is the source of most bacteria that invade our body and make us ill. It is a good place to start getting your mouth and teeth healthy and eliminating a probable cause of your stomach problems. Having a healthy mouth will make you feel healthier overall. Get professional help from a dentist. ...Read more
I swallowed dentists bleach during a tooth extraction about 7 months ago and for the last 5/6 months I've been having stomach problems. are they linke?
Very unlikely: I question the use of "bleach" by a dentist during a tooth extraction? Did you have a tooth whitening visit the same day as the extraction. Please see your primary care physician for an evaluation. ...Read more
I have stomach problems if I eat alot of food ill get bagged up so bad it feel like its coming out my mouth. wats wrong???
Eat smaller amounts: You probably have stomach reflex which makes you feel "bagged up" with food. YOu may try smaller, more frequent servings and some oTC meds for acid relief. If no improvemtn in a month or so, get checked by a local doctor for specific assessment and advice. Feel better ...Read more
Hs stomach problems for a few weeks now. For the past 3 days horrible taste in mouth constantly. Nexium (esomeprazole) has not made it go away. What is this & why?
Very unusual: Only a small dose of radiation reaches the stomach. ...Read more
Trauma to teeth:
Discoloration of permanent teeth could be from having a root canal done on the tooth or a tooth that has had trauma to it in the past. Sometimes the discoloration can occur several years later after the trauma has occurred which would indicate the that nerve of the tooth is dying.
Other causes of grey discoloration may be from tetracycline antibiotics that the patient may have taken as a child. ...Read more
My boyfriend frequently gets stomach upsets and stomach problems & was told to check on his gallbladder;could this be the cause of his stomach issues?
Medical eval needed: Many things can cause stomach issues, and i suppose gall bladder is only one. Referral to a gastroenterologist or internal medicine doctor would seem to be needed to beging a systematic approach to diagnosis rather than a shot in the dark. This is likely to help - best of luck! ...Read more
Sometimes: Swallowing mucous is often associated with air swallowing which can cause bloating and nausea and sometimes pain. ...Read more
It could: Commonly it is taught that a gentle walk after eating can aid in digestion and there are studies that suggest gastrointestinal motility(movement) is improved with walking. But everyone is different and you may be sensitive to any exertion after a meal, as you may suffer from spasms or cramps. ...Read more
We ate rancid lemon pie filling? Will this cause some stomach problems?
How can we neutralize our stomach from this?
I have stomach problems and ever since my last period my stomach has caused me a lot of pain and I use the bathroom a lot is that normal?
Pain is NOT normal: Not all bad things that occur in the abdomen are associated with high fever (example: acute intestinal ischemia) nor does the pain have to be severe (example: cancer is often painless). Remember, the abdomen includes many organ systems (gi tract, liver/biliary/pancreas, renal/urologic, gynecologic, vascular, etc.)--any one of which can cause catastrophic illness without severe discomfort or fever. ...Read more
Possibly: Codeine and other opiates are well known for causing nausea. Sharp pains, not so sure. If continues (especially after stopping medication, which you should) see your md again. ...Read more
Sir iam 20 twenty years old .i have 55kg weight .i have a pain in back and stomach problems please tell me the cause?
Can't tell you the: cause with the available ifnormation. Consider medical evaluation. ...Read more
Yes: Post-nasal drip from viruses, allergies, and bacterial sinusitis can go down the back of the throat and cause frequent throat clearing, cough, bad breath, and nausea when it goes into the stomach. Sometimes acid-reducers can help but the best approach is to target the drip with saline rinses, steroid sprays, and antihistamines. With continued symptoms, evaluation by an allergist or ENT can help. ...Read more
Dipping Tobacco Bad: Saliva leaches the nicotine out of the "dipping" tobacco & decreases blood flow to the oral, esphogeal & stomach mucous membranes. This mucosa becomes more permeable to the 200+ cancer producing chemicals in tobacco. If you drink alcohol, the alcohol it extracts the chemicals enhancing their penetration into the mucosa. Stop if you can, or get help to stop. ...Read more
Sinus and stomach: Hello. You pose an interesting question. If there is excessive PND and this is being swallowed a gastritis could occur causing nausea and pain. The lymph nodes in the neck and abdomen are sometimes activated with an infection such as a sinusitis. This is called mesenteric adenitis. Finally gerd can trigger nasal and sinus inflammation thus linking the sinuses and stomach. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Start with testing: Simple blood tests can confirm or exclude gluten sensitivity. If the findings are negative, you can stop there and explore other possibilities.If positive, there is much variability in the problem and further tests may be needed to help management.Since other important disorders can be found in gluten sensitive patients, self diagnosis by avoiding gluten should not be considered safe. ...Read more
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If I'm not mistaken I think this is a duplicate question regarding stomach problems and seizures, correct?
Please define your stomach problems to begin with and then, fully describe your seizures AND THEN, describe the relationship between these 2 things in terms of their timing to one another. ...Read more
More info please: You would have to be a bit more specific of exactly what type of "stomach" problems you have and how they coincide at least in time with "mild seizures." Also, I need a description of what you mean when you say "mild seizures." On the surface, I see no relationship between those 2 entities but again really depends on what you're referring to before making that a firm statement of fact. ...Read more
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