Headaches Often Dizzy And Toothache?
Hello, I want it, why if I get dizzy cenat cenut lower or upper teeth I also get sick? Why is that? Do I have cavities or something else? Thanks.
Hello Desak Putu,
There are several headaches that can cause pain that radiates to the jaw or tooth area. Some of these include migraines, tension type headaches, occipital neuralgia, and so on.
In migraine, headaches that are felt in moderate to severe intensity. Headaches can last for hours to days. Migraines are generally felt on one side of the head, centered on the forehead and sides of the head, and there is a throbbing sensation. The pain can be triggered / aggravated by activity, touch, stress, and so on. In some cases pain can be felt to the jaw. In tension type headache, headaches such as being bound or pressured. In some patients the pain can spread to the tooth area. Occipital neuralgia is a headache caused by nerve irritation in the back of the head. The cause can be due to head trauma, infections, tumors, and so on. In one study one third of patients with occipital neuralgia felt pain spreading to their teeth / jaws.
Head pain due to abnormalities of blood vessels or other nerves can also provide spread of pain to the teeth. Vice versa, abnormalities in the teeth (caries, pulpitis, etc.) can also provide complaints of pain in the head, face, to the ear and other areas that are innervated by the same nerve pathways. So if there really are perforated teeth, you should first check with your dentist to treat abnormalities in the tooth area. If the tooth problem has been resolved but there are still headaches spread to the tooth area, then consult a neurologist for physical examination or other support such as CT-scan or MRI.
To reduce tooth pain, you can take pain relievers if necessary. If there are perforated teeth, avoid drinks that are too cold which triggers pain. Keep your teeth clean with a toothbrush at least 2 times a day.
Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.