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Throat Sensitive To Cold
Is the sore throat part of hashimotos? I have been advised to take 50m thyroxine tab. And I'm very sensitive to cold foods. Please help
Not typically: If the symptoms are related they will improve once your thyroid condition is under control. ...Read more
Constant neck clicking when taking breath, turning head etc Muscle twitching Weakness Extreme fatigue Cold sensitivity Feet tingling Any ideas please?
See an MD: I would consider a nutritional deficiency or a hormonal imbalance. Both can be discovered with a good talk with your physician, and simple lab work. The neck clicking might be something else, if not really something we call Chvostec's sign, which is due to low calcium. (Since breathing associated too)...not entirely certain. Start some multivitamins in meantime....and see doc. Get well. ...Read more
Sensitive to Cold: If this is a "new" feature for you, it could represent an underlying condition: http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003095.Htm. As you note, some thyroid conditions and anemias may be at play. Check with your doctor to rule these out first. ...Read more
I'm starting to have problems with my teeth like bleeding and sensitive to cold things, is this cause I use the wrong toothpaste?
Wrong toothrush...: Any toothpaste usually is adequate. If you use a hard/medium bristle tooth brush, you may injure the gum, causing recession and sensitivity. Gum recession will expose the root uncovered and causing sensitivity. Malocclusion also causes gum recession. Check with your dentist. ...Read more
Either: You have a cavity, eating too much food that are highly acidic eg tomatoes, lemons, excess soda drinks can result in acid eating away at tooth enamel, you may have receding gums exposing nerve endings and aggressive brushing can cause breaks in the enamel causing tooth sensitivity. Brush lightly & use softer toothbrushes may address your problem. See dentist if concerns not resolved. ...Read more
Yes it is possible: If the tooth had a deep "cavity" that needed to be filled, the filling may be very close to the nerve. This may cause some sensitivity. It is also possible that your filling is a little "high" and needs to be adjusted. On and off sensitivity is always possible with a new filling. If you do not have decrease in symptoms in a week or two or it gets worse, contact your dentist for further evaluation. ...Read more
That's unusual: The first step is to find out why. See a good gastroenterologist if possible. ...Read more
Thyroid to be checke:
There could be few reason for this, if I is a constant issue.
1- check your thyroid. If thyroid function is low people complain of cold intolerance.
2- what is your body habitus?
Skinny people are more cold intolerant.
3- sure you don't mean that you feel chill and cold which is a sign of viral or bacterial infection when you feel chill. ...Read more
Extraction site for first lower molar two weeks post op...No pain, etc., but sensitive to cold. Is this normal?
Within normal limits: The cold sensitivity is probably the roots of the adjacent teeth to the extraction site. It will resolve. ...Read more
Filling a month ago, sensitive to cold only. Dentist said that is ok if not sensitive to hot also. Does that sound right?
Sounds right...: Restoration may be deep, your dentist would know for sure. Just ask them. ...Read more
I had a large filling (2 surface) about 4 weeks ago. My tooth is still very sensitive to cold water. Will this ever go away?
Very common: A tooth may be sensitive to temperature after the routine dental treatment (filling). Most likely the reason is extensive decay in a proximity to the nerve area. Usually, the sensitivity resolves on its own within a few weeks. Rec: see your dentist if the sensitivity does not subside within a few weeks, or if your get spontaneous toothache. ...Read more
I recently had a root canal it has been 9 days. I am currently experiences odd twinges ，the tooth is not sensitive to cold or heat ，why is this?
Root canal therapy: The tissues around the tooth can sometimes takes a few weeks to heal after a root canal procedure. We generally recommend waiting about 2-4 weeks for symptoms to resolve after a root canal procedure. If your symptoms do not resolve, please contact your dentist for an evaluation. ...Read more
I had a filling put in on friday on a cavity is it normal for the tooth to be sensitive to cold drinks and feel a bit of pain still after filling?
This is a fairly common occurance...It should go away after a few days if this continues or gets worse you should talk to your dentist
I have my patients place a few drops of traumeel under their tongue to he4lp healing you can get this in a health food store. ...Read more
I had a cavity filled about 6 weeks ago and it's extremely sensitive to cold like ice cream, is that normal. Or is my dentist bad? Please help
My tooth was sensitive to cold and hot I used sensodyne and it helped now I have no sensitivity but now I have constant pain. Dentistnohelp/jumpthegun?
Can be difficult: It can be perplexing trying to determine the health of the pulp (nerve) of a tooth. There are some pulp vitality tester but not always accurate. Judging the signs and symptoms of a tooth may all you have to work with. I am sure that your dentist has tried to rationalize what could cause such an event: large or deep filling, trama, cracked tooth, etc. You may want to go to a endodontist. ...Read more
I still have headaches but my bell's palsy has gone away, my face is back to normal. I am sensitive to cold. I am taking tapomax but I am still gettin?
I sometimes get back spasms in winter, and now in summer I get tightness and spasms in mid to upper back. I am sensitive to cold and have always hasb?
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Need an opinion about a root canal!? I had a root canal about 4 years ago. The dentist never put a cap/crown on it. Yesterday it started feeling very sensitive to cold. It does not hurt to chew on that side, doesn't hurt when I push on it and heat doesn't
Because: Because the nerve in the tooth was removed during the root canal procedure the tooth is unable to respond to changes in temperature. Though every root canal treated tooth does not need a crown, root canal treated teeth are more prone to fracture due to increased brittleness. Fractured teeth typically cause pain on biting pressure or increase the risk of infection as bacteria can migrate down the fracture. I would look at adjacent vital teeth as the source of your discomfort to changes in temperature either due to root exposure of decay. See your dentist as this is a sign that some treatment is required. ...Read more
Weather related pain:
Increased pain has been associated with slowly falling barometric pressure seems to be the major association. You will notice that in a storm system coming in fast you are fine. That front that takes days to come in. There is also fair weather pain from a high pressure area moving away from you. The mechanism is completely unknown
also depression is related to lack of light exposure. ...Read more
My tooth is slightly sensitive to cold, a little black dot in the center, occasional toothache. Warm water soothes the pain. Is it a bad cavity?
Hands hurt. Have elhers danlos syndrome type 3. Hands sensitive to cold. Always in pain, getting worse. What should I do? Cold is not only factor.
Cold Sensitive: Some people are very sensitive to cold. If your skin overreacts to cold, you may have a condition such as raynaud's phenomenon or chilblains. These conditions are annoying and can be distressing but usually are not serious. See your doctor for the correct diagnosis. ...Read more
I got 3 fillings 2 weeks ago and my teeth have been sensitive to cold since then. I feel pain for a few minutes after drinking a cold drink. Normal??
No worry: Fortunately, tooth sensitivity to cold after a filling should improve on its own after a few weeks. ...Read more
Prevention!: Start by controlling the factors you can control: eating well (half of your plate should be vegetables!), getting regular exercise and sleep, keeping ongoing health problems like diabetes well managed. Get a flu shot. Wash or sanitize your hands frequently. Try as hard as you can not to touch your face or eyes without washing first. Get evaluated for depression if you think it might be an issue. ...Read more
Tooth decay: You have reported symptoms of cavities. The only way to know what is actually the problem is by seeing a dentist. You definitely have something going on that needs attention and treatment, remember tooth decay will not go away without treatment. It will keep on progressing, getting bigger and deeper until it is treated. The sooner the better, easier and less costly treatment. ...Read more
See your dentist: Sensitivity to cold is a sign that the tooth is alive but not very happy. It could be many things. There might be something wrong with the filling or your tooth. Check with your dentist ASAP. ...Read more
Better than hot: Cold usually a sign of healing. Question is just what is it that's healing. You need to call your dentist for an evaluation. ...Read more
Many possibilities: If your tooth was not sensitive before the filling and has been sensitive since the filling, there could be a problem with the filling which should be rechecked by your dentist. If the cavity was deep the pulp or nerve may be irritated. This may lead to a root canal if the condition worsens. Either way after 4-5 months this should be rechecked by your dentist. ...Read more
Start by using sense dyne tooth paste
schedule a consult with your dentist. ...Read more
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