Dizziness, Vomiting And Gum Pain?
it’s been a few weeks my gums hurt to the head even though my teeth are not hollow or damaged. and I also often experience nausea and vomiting accompanied by mild fever. Are there any abnormalities in my nerves? or just stressed out?
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Pain in the teeth in general can be caused by several causes. I will try to explain several possible causes, including:
cavities, or also called dental caries. Cavities can be divided into 3 types, small, medium and large holes. Medium and small holes are usually marked by changes in the shape of the teeth or black, but for small holes are usually not marked by changes in the shape of the teeth. Small holes in the teeth in general still make the teeth feel aching or painful. Dental plaque, which is leftover food attached to the teeth which when the dental plaque is not cleaned will cause pain and cause inflammation in the surrounding gums causing pain in the area around the teeth. easily exposed to substances from the outside, causing pain. This can be caused by stomach acid disease where the acid erodes the tooth enamel. In general, teeth have several roots where there are nerves in the root, if inflammation or interference with the nerve occurs it will cause headaches and pain in adjacent limbs. However, to determine whether there is interference with your teeth, it is necessary to do further physical examination. Therefore, check your dental complaints to the dentist.
Nausea and vomiting are conditions where there is a disruption in the digestive tract, especially the stomach. If there is an increase in stomach acid, reflex nausea and vomiting will appear. Some people are accompanied by pain in the solar plexus and dryness in the esophagus. Increased stomach acid can be caused due to irregular eating patterns, often eating foods containing coffee, noodles, sour and spicy, and stress. If you experience these symptoms continuously, then immediately consult yourself to the doctor. Because the treatment of stomach acid requires quite a long time.
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