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Are severe headaches high blood pressure body numbness and even seizures side effects of an untreated absessed tooth?

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2015-07-14 16:07:22
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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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