Can a rotten tooth cause stomach aches?

Yes. Having an infection either directly or through "reflex" may cause a stomach disorder..Anything form a mild nausea to a stress ulcer. The body is a complex machine with interacting systems often involved in a single problem..A good example is a person with a heart attack who gets sweaty, short of breath, nausea, and pain in the arm...

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I just wanted to know can infected tooth cause a stomach ache?

It shouldn't. But infections can spread and give you a general sense of not feeling well. Coupled with medications you might be taking to combat the pain or infection, you may be experience gastrointestinal distress. Then again, it may be that you've caught a stomach virus. Read more...
Definetely. Infected tooth also called dental abscess. The bacteria from an infected tooth travels through the blood stream to other areas/organs of the body can cause bacteremia (bacteria in the blood) can also make you generally ill, with stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, fevers, chills and sweats. Prevention is the key for your dental health. Read more...

Could rotten teeth lead to stomach ache?

Stomach ache? The idea of having rotten teeth in my mouth would make me sick to my stomach. See a dentist for your dental problems and a physician for a persistent stomach ache. Read more...
Stomach ache. If you have multiple teeth that are infected, it can affect your overall health. See your dentist to repair your teeth. See your physician for your stomach ache. Read more...