I've had bad experiences with my wisdom teeth that went on and off for the past couple of months. I ad some signs of non-wisdom teeth related pain about 2 weeks ago, but it never got bad. However, starting about 2 days ago and now getting to the point of unbearably, my tooth, about 2 teeth away from the wisdom tooth in my upper-right mouth, is hurting a lot. The gum right above it hurts the most. It's swollen and very sensitive. It has covered about half of the tooth. The submandibular glands on the right side of my neck are really swollen. Before, I used to clench my teeth repeatedly to help with how irritated it felt, but now that's not possible at all because of the pain. My throat feels kind of dry and I'm not sure if this relates to anything, but I had a fever last night with an upset stomach (nausea) when the pain started to get extremely bad.I still feel slightly sick, but it's weird because I didn't feel this way until my mouth started to get bad.
Can this still be my wisdom teeth? I have no pain in my wisdom teeth, just those areas stated. Maybe I'm over-thinking things, but I can't see a dentist anytime soon so any advice i well-appreciated.
Facts: 17 yr old Female, family history of bad wisdom teeth experiences (mother and older brother say this is normal and must be my wisdom teeth because they went through the same thing... they never saw dentists for their issues)
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