Is it normal for your other teeth to ache after wisdom tooth removal?

Not common or rare. It does happen sometimes and it could be any of several possibilities. Referred pain from the surgical field may be involved meaning there is really no issue involving other teeth but it feels like it. Return to your dental surgeon for an evaluation if it persists.
It happens. Not to everyone, but not unusual.There are many reasons why. Remember, you just had surgery and it takes time to heal. If symptoms do not begin to diminish by the time you are 48 hours, post-surgical, contact your treating practitioner and report your symptoms. If a post-surgical reevaluation is required, they will reschedule you.

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Just ate first solid meal after wisdom tooth removal. The Teeth in my bottom jaw are very painful. Is this normal?

It is normal. In the process of removing a lower wisdom tooth, the gingival tissue is often reflected and bone is cut to expose the tooth. The trauma of the extraction can cause referred pain down the entire jaw. Small bites, soft foods, pain meds, and a little patience and you should be fine. Read more...
How long after? Depends on how long ago the surgery was. If it was less than a week. Normal. If longer than a week, may not be normal. If not sure, call dentist for advice. Read more...
Not uncommon. The pain is noticed immediately after the anesthesia wears off and continues up to 72 hours. Take NSAID OTC or Tylenol (acetaminophen) for pain control. If concerned, see your dentist for post-op examination. Read more...