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It is obvious by your question that this tooth has been absessed for some time. If you have never had these symptoms before, they could or could not be related this is why you should firstly make an apt. with your doctor. This is not normal. Secondly make an apt. with your dentist and have your tooth treated.
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Answer An abcess is a serious dental problem, that needs to be professionaly treated, right away. If it is NOT treated, you may develop a serious blood stream inf…ection, that may lead to permanent dmage to your heart, your brain and your eyes. A systemic blood infection may even lead to death, if un-treated. Treatment will include a 7 to 14 day course of multi spectrum anti biotics, to kill the infection and reduce the swelling at the site of the infection, followed by x-rays of the site, to establish the extent of the involvement, in other words, what teeth are affected by this disease. Finally, oral surgery will be done to remove the affected tooth, or teeth, and possibly some jaw bone that had become infected as well. Replacement tooth or teeth will be in order, a few weeks after the surgery swelling goes down. A further course of anti- biotics, after the surgery will also be ordered. Do not delay treatment of this serious condition. Jim Bunting. Toronto.
Answer Depends on the size of the hole and which tooth. If it is an upper molar, the roots could be within the sinus cavity. And when there is sinus pressure pre…sent, it could cause headaches on the same side. Also, if the hole on the tooth is large enough, air, hot and cold stimuli and food could set the nerve off, triggering a headache. You should see your dentist for futher x-rays and examination.
Answer Yes, it could be a mild stroke. You need to get to an emergency room when you have numbness like that.
I have been on Trileptal for 5 years and went from 1800mg to 2100mg 1 1/2 years ago. My blood pressure is rising even though my diet and activity level have remained the… same ( fair enough - not high in fats or salts). I am 37. I am wondering if it is the Trileptal. Lithium (which i also use) supposedly does not cause hypertension.
Days after a C. section-having severe headaches followed by high blood pressure though symptoms don't match a spinal headache...what could be wrong Dr.s are stumped the pain has even worsened. HELP?
This actually happened to me along with extreme swelling of my legs. I believe it was postpartum preclampsia. It will go away it took meds and about 3 weeks to get better.
Heart attack, stroke, kidney trouble, and so on.
They can be, in serious hypertension, but otherwise can be due to a whole range of reasons, for example tension (stress) headaches to migraine.
yes, it could be; but the main problem with high blood pressure is that usually it doen't cause any symptoms. it could go without detecting for a long time while produci…ng end organ damage such as kidney failure, heart attack, syncope, stroke, and other complications. that's why some people call high blood pressure the "silent killer"
You need to go and see a qualified medical practitioner (a doctor) about this condition.
cardiovascular disease (atherosclerosis), increased risk of stroke, potential damage to kidneys, potential damage to the heart (enlarged heart, thinning walls, congestiv…e heart failure), increased risk of aneurysm. Other than that, not much.
High blood pressure affects the muscles of the heart, the walls of the blood vessels and all the rest of the body systems by over taxing them. HBP can cause strokes, embolisms…, severe headaches and lots of other problems. Untreated HBP wears down the human body. It is like being boiling mad and screaming red 24 hours a day. Trust me you would wear down if you did that and your body wears down the harder it has to push blood and oxygen through the entire body.
It can, but more typically, it does not. Usually, if there is a related headache, it is in the occipital area (at the back of the head near the neck), but it may be totally un…related. Both high blood pressure and persistent or severe headaches should be evaluated by a physician. Sudden severe headaches need urgent evaluation and usually are caused by something other than high blood pressure, but it is not impossible for that to be the cause.
They can be. I mean, if you were recently cold or something along the lines of that, then it probably isn't. If accompanied not in mainly cold weather that you were recently i…n and tingly hands and feet, see a doctor.
Can taking a Paxil in the morning and an Ativan in the evening cause high blood pressure and headaches?
I would think that taking anti anxiety med and antidepressant would help calm one in order that there would be a good BP reading.