Throbbing Toothache Accompanied By Head, Eye And Nose Pain?
, I want to ask for a few days my teeth are often sore and sore accompanied by pain in the head, eyes and nose that are bleeding even though I have taken painkillers in my teeth but the next day the pain and pain are getting worse and the blood in the nose is getting sicker, please explain, thank you
Hello Dian, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
First of all, I would like to confirm whether the pain you experience starts with your teeth first (for example, there are cavities or swollen gums) or your pain begins with pain in the head, eyes and nose then followed by pain in the teeth?
If your pain starts from pain in the tooth, it is necessary to check further for holes or infection in the tooth. Infections of teeth or cavities that are not treated properly can cause the infection to spread to the sinus areas on your facial bones. This infection in the sinuses can cause other symptoms such as headaches, sore eyes, and can cause a nose that bleeds easily (nosebleeds). If you go to two doctors, dentist and ENT doctor. You have to clean up the source of your problem, namely teeth that are cavities or have an infection and clear the infection in the sinuses which is a complication of the infection in your teeth. The holes in the teeth must be repaired (filled if they can be filled, treated for root canals if necessary, or removed if they cannot be repaired) and the infection must be treated with antibiotics.
If the pain you are experiencing comes from your head, eyes, and nose first, then you are probably experiencing sinusitis (inflammation of the sinuses). These sinuses are cavities located in 4 locations, a pair in the forehead area above the eyebrows (sinus frontalis), a pair between the two inner eyes on either side of the bridge of the nose (ethmoid sinus), a pair behind the ethmoid sinus (sinus sphenoid), and pair on both cheeks under the eyes (maxillary sinuses). Because of these locations, sinusitis can cause pain in various places on the face. Some of the symptoms that sufferers of sinusitis can experience include:
congestion accompanied by a thick green or yellow discharge from the nose
a sense of fluid / mucus flowing at the back of the throat (Post nasal drip)
Facial pain that can get worse if your head is lowered
Other symptoms such as headache, toothache, bad breath, fever, chronic cough, impaired smell, full ear, etc.
If this is what you are experiencing, then you can consult an ENT doctor for further evaluation and treatment. Sinusitis can be treated with decongestant drugs, nasal sprays, nasal irrigation, and antibiotics.
Taking painkillers alone will not improve your condition if the source of the problem is not properly addressed. Therefore, you should immediately consult a doctor.
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