Pain In The Upper Jaw Is Accompanied By Fever And Dizziness?
Hello Agung, thank you for asking.
Fever and dizziness or headaches generally always occur together. Fever can indicate the process of infection or inflammation in one part of the body. Based on your symptoms, it is possible for the inflammation process to occur in one of the maxillary teeth, in the ear and surrounding structures, or in the sinus cavity. Sinus infection or called sinusitis, can give symptoms in the form of fever, headache or head feels throbbing and severe, especially when looking down, nasal congestion, and nasal mucus that is reddish brown or greenish yellow. Pain in the sinuses can spread to the upper jaw, forehead, or ears, depending on what sinus location is infected.
In addition, infections of the teeth, dental pulp, or gums that are quite heavy, may also cause headaches and pain in the face. Another possibility is infection of the ear or mastoid bone can cause headaches and pain in the back of the ear.
You should consult with a doctor so that you can be examined directly. The doctor may need a supportive examination such as an x-ray or CT-scan to assess the condition of the sinuses, jaws, and ears. The treatment will be adjusted to the diagnosis taken by the doctor. If an infection does occur, the doctor will give you medication to treat the cause of the infection and provide anti-inflammation.
That is my explanation. Hopefully can help. Regards.