Yes it can. If you have abscessed teeth or even one bad abscess then it can drain into your stomach, etc., and cause you to have a high fever and more trouble than you would want. Please see your dentist and keep your teeth in good condition. The modern dentists of today are pain free and it's no big deal. I use to be terrified of dentists, but I now fall asleep in the dentist's chair on occasion.
Chlamydia is an infection, and you get it from having sexual contact with someone who is infected. You can't get chlamydia from another infection.
If left untreated any infection in the vaginal or urinal tracts can cause infertility.
If severe enough, or left untreated, an ear infection can indeed cause deafness.
Various untreated vaginal infections can cause this especially when the infection is severe and spreads and becomes internal.
If a bladder infection goes untreated, the bacteria can migrate up to the kidneys. This can cause a systemic infection and lots of pain. The risk of losing a kidney is too great not to treat the bladder infection. Frankly, a bladder infection is painful enough....why wouldn't you treat it?
A baby infected with chlamydia during birth can have conjunctivitis which, if left untreated or inadequately treated, can affect vision. Prompt treatment will prevent complications from this infection.
HIV can not be transmitted via cigarette.
Yes,an inner ear infection can cause vertigo also.If left untreated can cause hearing loss.
Having an infection can be bothersome. To heal an infected finger, one must find the cause of the infection and clean out area.
No, an untreated urinary infection can't cause trichomoniasis. However, continued urinary symptoms, especially with a negative urine culture, can be signs and symptoms of trichomoniasis that were not detected during previous exams.
It can only cause death if untreated properly. This may sound like an oxymoron, but the more it hurts, the less dangerous it is. If untreated, however, it could cause infection and the infection could kill you, but the stone itself is fine.
The cause of urinary tract infection occurs when bacteria gets into the urine from the urethra and travels into the bladder. If left untreated it can also travel to the kidneys.
No, infected teeth cannot cause leg pain. However, it is possible for an infected tooth to cause sepsis, or whole body infection, that would not only cause pain in distant sites, but is life threatening.
no it does not ,but if left untreated it could cause an infection that could travel to other parts of the body;via the bloodstream.ie.the brain
Food and water infected with pathogenic bacteria that cause diarrhea.
It can not directly kill you. Although if it is left untreated it can cause complications that may result in death.
It usually happens due to poor oral hygiene when ill. A viral infection (mumps) may be another cause and a blocked duct due to stones can also cause it.
You probably have an infection. It may be from an upper tooth. The infection is causing pressure and swelling. You need to see a dentist right away to find and treat the source of the infection. If left untreated, the infection can spread and cause severe complications.
It is possible that if your kidney is infected, the source may be the jaw infection which got into the blood stream and travelled to the kidney. Although it is more likely that the two infections are not related.
Might be a Kidney infection or infected appendix.
Only if the stinger is infected with the virus.
Leptospirosis is an infection caused by the Leptospira bacteria. If left untreated it can cause kidney failure, bleeding from the lungs, and death.
Cat bites are not poisonous. Any animal bite, if left untreated, can cause infection.
If its a viral infection, the body will fight it on its own, and its extremely unlikely that it can be complications.If its a bacterial infection on the other hand, it can. But for this to happen it has to remain untreated and the infection has to spread to the jugular and can cause sepsis.
NEVER take out your piercing if it is infected. Doing so can cause an abscess. The piercing will close and trap the infection inside