Nausea And Headache After The Second Day Of Molar Extraction?
Hi doc … I want to ask, is there normal after I pulled my garham teeth on the second day I felt nauseous, and angry. This is my first time pulling teeth
Doing tooth extraction must be done according to the right medical indications. Molar tooth extraction is usually done under certain circumstances, and on teeth that cannot be repaired.
If after you extract your teeth and on the second day feel nauseous and have a headache, then this is normal. After extracting the tooth, there will be pain, the pain can trigger a neural response and cause headaches and nausea. In addition, bleeding that occurs during tooth extraction can also cause dizziness and nausea. But usually it doesn't last long, and can get better in about 1 week.
But besides that, the condition you are experiencing can also be caused by other causes such as:
side effects of drinking drugs consumed
Lack of red blood cells
therefore, if the condition you are experiencing is indeed very heavy, or if after a few days it doesn't get better, then you should check with a general practitioner directly, so that the doctor can check your condition firsthand and later the doctor can provide appropriate therapy. right.
the following article that you can read about tooth extraction
may be useful. thank you