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all teeth pain

  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • September 28, 2006
  • 01:51 PM

I have a common cold and it has been a doosy, the most awful and strange symptom is that all of my teeth hurt so badly. My entire face is creaking and puffy. The lymph nodes under my jaw are so big that they can be seen.
Is it normal to have teeth hurt and or go numb during a cold?
How big is okay in terms of the lymph nodes?

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  • Hello,First, I'm not a doctor, but I have a boyfriend with similiar symptoms. His lymphs have been swollen now for 5 months, and all the tests have come back normal. We were thinking it was a molar abcess (infected tooth). Any swelling of the lymphs is a sign of an infection, or illness. Sounds to me like a trip to the dentist would be a great idea. A tooth abcess can lead to swelling, and severe tooth pain. It could be a molar that cannot break the skin, and is pressing on a back tooth. I really hope that you feel better soon!Thank you,Rebecca
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    • September 29, 2006
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