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Could my bad teeth be the "Root" of my problems?

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  • Posted By: gfellabaum
  • January 2, 2013
  • 00:10 PM

At this time over half my teeth have rotted away. There is no pain, just sensitivity. Yet at this time I have ear drainage and ringing. I am 51 yet I have facial bumps, nose, chin, behind the ears which regularly dicharge (with a squeeze) white pus. Around ears the discarge has foul odor. I also get boils from my waste down. Some grow to half dollar size, once I remove the cores they heal. Sometimes nasal discharge is clear, then milky, at times laced with blood. My eyes are nearly matted shut when I wake in the mornings. Heres the deal, I have no insurance, do not make alot of money, so most of the problems I self Doctor. I am too old for this anymore. Can anyone help, shed some light, give a helpful hint? Thank You..Cowboy

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