Molar Bloody Lumps And Eye Problems
Hello doc I want to ask, I’m a 24-year-old woman. Actually I have long suffered minus only the right eye about a year more likely but I have not checked, and my right molar teeth are hollow and there are two lumps often bleed. Lately I often feel pins and needles and my heart beats really fast. Sometimes like suddenly the pain in the left chest slightly to the middle. And last night suddenly the bottom left eye twitched until this morning still. Is there a connection? Do I have to see a doctor immediately? Thanks.
Thank you for the question.
Complaints in the eyes, teeth, and the area around your chest can refer to the same diseases, can also be different. Here we describe some conditions that might trigger your complaint:
Possible causes of opaque eyes (such as minus), frequent twitching: asthenopia (tired eyes), myopia (tired eyes), astigmatism (cylinders), pterygium, migraine, glaucoma, cataracts
Possible causes of graham cavities, often bleeding lumps: poor hygiene, pulp polyps, gingivitis, mucocele, oral cancer
Possible causes of tingling, aches, palpitations, left chest pain slightly to the middle: disorders of electrolyte balance, heart problems, neurological disorders, dyspepsia, psychological disorders, and so on.
Ideally, to ascertain the causes and potential linkages of these conditions, you need to see yourself directly to the doctor. However, the outbreak of COVID-19 is currently making checks to the doctor for non-emergency cases that should be postponed, in order to minimize your risk of contracting the disease. Therefore, it is safer for you to first make the following efforts at home:
Get plenty of rest 6-9 hours a day
Don't over-use gadgets
Drink more water, balanced with a variety of foods that have other balanced nutritional value, complete with antioxidant-rich fruit
Eat regularly, don't be late
Diligent brushing teeth, continued rinsing with salt solution
Chest warm compresses that feel uncomfortable
Don't worry too much or think too much
Stay away from cigarettes
However, if the complaint appears very severe, unbearable, or accompanied by shortness of breath, chest like being pressed by heavy objects, severe tooth or eye pain, sudden blurry vision, vomiting, and other complaints that are more severe and do not improve with the above efforts , we suggest that you go directly to your doctor, see if you need to. If necessary, the doctor can direct you to see a dentist or ophthalmologist, internal medicine, and other more appropriate specialties.
I hope this helps.