Can be a really hurtfull toothache. Very painful for seconds and after go a sympton of high blood pressure?

Perhaps. There are many causes of a temporary increase in blood pressure, and certainly pain and stress are two of them. However, what would seem appropriate would be for you to see a dentist to determine the cause of you pain, and a physician to check you out medically. There could be other causes of your increased blood pressure. Untreated dental and medical issues don't get better on their own.
Absolutely. An increase in blood pressure is a very natural response to severe pain. See your dentist right away to get the source of the pain addressed.
No. High blood pressure does not cause a toothache! it sounds like you have a pulpitis, or inflamation of the pulp. This probably means you need to see an endodontist for a proper diagnosis, and probably a root canal! however any pain, including a pulpitis, can cause your BP to elevate temporarily, until your pain is relieved! hence a toothache is not a symptom of hbp. But it can be a cause!
Yes. Pain is a definite cause of increased blood pressure. If the tooth is treated, and the high blood pressure persists, see your MD.

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Can suffering from a toothache be the cause of a really high blood pressure?

Maybe. If the toothache is accompanied with anxiety of having the tooth treated by visiting to a dentist, then it can cause a higher blood pressure. Anytime there is an infection in the body, it may cause higher blood pressure. However, this doesn't mean that there could be other causes for the high blood pressure. It is better to see your primary care doctor, as well as your dentist to determine cause. Read more...
Yes, but... While pain and anxiety can raise blood pressure, there may be many other medical reasons. Please: 1. Call your dentist to have your infected tooth treated before it becomes an acute emergency (usually at the most inconvenient times) 2. Call your physician to have your elevated blood pressure evaluated. This is very important. Read more...
No. The stress and pain of a toothache may elevate your BP by a bit, but should not cause "really high" blood pressure. Take care of that rotten tooth... your blood pressure will not drop that much. Then take care of your BP, too. Read more...
Yes, but. Yes. I've seen this countless times. But when you get your tooth pain treated, blood pressure should then be within normal limits. If not, see your MD. Read more...