Can teeth germ (germ on teeth) cause swollen lymph nodes under the jaw?

Probably. A dental infection certainly can cause lymph nodes to become infected and swollen, especially lower teeth. Swelling requires a careful dental exam and treatment. Good luck.
If infected. Just the presence of bacteria in the mouth will not do anything and is normal. But an infected tooth, like a tooth abscess often causes swollen lymph glands under the jaw. It's usually painful and gets you to see a dentist right away. If there is no tooth pain the reason is something else.

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What types of things (besides colds) cause swollen lymph nodes under the jaw bone?

Usually some. type of infection, in mouth, gums, salivary gland, mononcucleosis, tuberculosis, etc.. Less commonly, disorders of the lymphatic system, such as lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease, sarcoidosis. Even less commonly, metastatic cancer from thyroid, lung, breast, etc. If it persists, you should get a medical evaluation. Read more...

Can having Baber's itch under the jaw cause swollen lymph nodes?

Depends on severity. I presume you mean BaRber's itch or pseudofolliculitis: irritation of hair follicles due to shaving. It is not uncommon for this irritation to lead to inflammation or even low grade infection. At least mild swelling of lymph nodes could result from this. Stay well:) Read more...

I was sick this past week and now I still have swollen lymph nodes under the jaw is this normal?

Not unusual. People that are ill can have enlarged lymph nodes. This is usually related to a sore throat or some type of nasal , or throat or systemic infection. You could have mono. If the nodes do not go down see your doc. Give it a couple of weeks. Read more...

I have two small swollen lymph nodes on right side of neck under the jaw. They feel somewhat connected but small. Is this normal? Can sorta move each

Lymphadenopathy. It is likely that these are lymphs nodes doing what lymph nodes do, but you should see your Primary Care Provider. Enlarged "sorta" movable lymph nodes should not be ignored. Read more...
Lymph nodes. Swollen lymph nodes are common and usually will swell secondary to some type of infection or allergy. I expect your problem should be short lived. However some lymph nodes will swell and remain palpable. This is usually not a concern. However, if they become big or spongy that can be a sine of lymphoma. Get checked! Read more...

I feel nauseous when I eat and I have one swollen lymph nodes at the nack of my neck near the skull and under the jaw. Recently I had a tootache.

Needs evaluation. It's quite possible you have some complication from your tooth problem - such as a localized abscess or even a bone infection (as the tooth sits in the bone and an uncontrolled dental infection can extend down into that). Because you have nausea and don't want to eat, that tells me that it's serious and you should not wait for it to go away. Please see a doctor ASAP. Where are you in the Phils? Read more...

Swollen lymph nodes under jaw 1.8x1 CM and neck, sweating, body ache, high WBC (11), dental ruled out, ENT ruled out, GP ruled out, who should I see?

Salivary glands. See oral surgeon or oral medicine specialist for evaluation. Possible salivary glands infection, lymph nodes infection or jaw bone infection. Be well. Read more...
Find new Dentist. Find a new Dentist, one with training in Pathology, such as an Oral Surgeon, and start the diagnostic process again. You have a source of infection somewhere that must be located to be treated. Read more...

Can an impacted tooth lead to swollen lymph nodes, and cysts on the jaws line?

Yes. An infected impacted tooth can cause these. A panoramic xray or a cat scan may be needed to properly diagnose and treat. Visit your dentist or oral surgeon as soon as possible. Read more...
Yes. Yes. For best results with wisdom teeth, make sure you are evaluated and treated by a board certified oral & maxillofacial surgeon. Read more...