Just got all four wisdom teeth pulled. Feeling nauseated and have a bad headache. Whats the cause?

Possible causes. Nausea may be related to swallowing some blood as well as taking pain medication on an empty stomach. Some patients may be extremely sensitive to any or all pain medications and experience nausea as well as headaches. Contact your dentist or surgeon for more advice and options for relief.

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I recently got all four wisdom teeth pulled. Feeling nauseated and have a bad headache. Why?

Many possible . Reasons. If it's the day after, effects of anesthesia and post op medications could be the culprits. If your wisdom teeth were erupted prior to extraction, the bite can change and some headache symptoms can be related. Please consult w your surgeon about your post-op questions. Good luck ! Read more...
Inflammation. You have had a significant surgical event, and subsequent inflammation can cause these feelings. Also, if you had any medications, or nitrous oxide (laughing gas) that could also contribute. If the feeling does not go away in 24 to 48 hours, call your dentist. Read more...

Jaw pain/headaches for 5 months. I've gotten meds and they didn't help. I am getting my wisdom teeth pulled hoping that will help. If not, what next?

Jaw pain. See a dentist for a bite plate (mouth guard) to wear at night. A lot of times these symptoms are caused by grinding your teeth at night; if so, this will help. The condition is called temporo-mandibular joint (TMJ) syndrome. Read more...
Maybe TMJ. Jaw pain and headaches can be due to temporomandibular (TMJ) dysfunction especially if you grind your teeth or clench your jaw at night. Improper teeth alignment can also cause tension to the jaw. See an ENT doctor if the wisdom teeth extraction doesn't help. Read more...
TMJ. If the wisdom teeth removal doesn't fix the problem, have the tmj's examined by a dentist who treats many of these type of problems. Read more...
Ortho or prostho. 5 months is a long time to be in pain, I am sorry for you. Medication really masks the underlying cause, so is an inappropriate long term therapy. I really doubt that removal of wisdom teeth will help you, they could be causative in only very special circumstances. See an orthodontist/prosthodontist who are experts at diagnosing problems of occlusion. Without examination i can't tell you more. Read more...

Car accident last night and now I feel foggy with mild nausea. I'm sch to get wisdom teeth pulled tomorrow with iv sedation, will that still be ok?

Probably not. Did you get examined by a physician yet? You may have injuries that are not outwardly apparent. I would suggest that you be seen by a physician and call your oral surgeon to explain your symptoms and situation. All the best... Read more...

What to do if I had my wisdom teeth pulled and feeling discomfort on day 6?

Call ur oral surgeon. Explain what you are feeling and see if you need to go in for a follow up appointment. Read more...
Visit your surgeon. Usually the pain should be subsiding by day 7. If your post-operative pain or swelling worsens beyond the 7 days after wisdom teeth surgery, visit your dentist fort evaluation. Read more...