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Infected Jaw Glands
Infected tooth almost down to the bone removed 3 weeks ago back molar still swollen gland under jaw 3 diff anti biotics not responsive no other sympto?
Swollen gland under jaw had infected tooth removed from that area 2 months ago CT scan negative is this somthing to worry about does CT scan rule out?
Had infected tooth removed 1 1/2 months ago back left molar now gland under jaw has been swollen since CT scan negative how long will it take pass?
Get this checked: potentially when an infected tooth is extracted, there can be pathogens left behind in the bone...If the infection in the molar area drains, the most common site is to the submandibular lymph nodes. There is No guarantee that your immune system will resolve this. Get this checked. Good luck. ...Read more
When should a swollen tender jaw gland, 1 inch visible bump, plus a red infected tender slightly pussy spot next to nose prompt a doctor visit?
Now: It sounds like this may well be a staphylococcal boil and this is a bad spot from which organisms can disseminate. The swollen tender lymph node is also concerning. Please see a doctor and get this managed. Good luck. ...Read more
Would I know if had a jaw infection my jaw been hurting over a month on augmentin shouldn't it be better if infe worried bad afraid lose jaw ?
I have a tooth infection n dr put me on augmentin if I had a jaw infection would the augmentin take care of that to?
Popped & picked at a pimple on chin over 2 weeks ago. continued to pick now i have horrible sore scab & a swollen lymph node under jaw? infection???
Salivary gland?: In the case of salivary gland, if they (bilaterally) are under your jaw, they are submandibular glands. If they are under your tongue, they are sublingual glands. Are you referring to salivary glands or lymph nodes where the swelling in the submandibular area may indicated lymphadenopathy and infection? ...Read more
See a dentist ASAP: Often it is difficult to determine a single cause, but contributing factors may be: gum infection, TMJ or a dental abscess. You can take NSAIDs or Tylenol (acetaminophen) OTC, but dental exam and treatment is still needed. See your dentist ASAP. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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