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Got wisdom teeth pulled out, ear pain, lower jaw pain, headache, itching nose, dull vision, difficulty in swallowing. Reason?

For the past 6 months or so I have been getting ear pain that comes and goes. lately it is all the time now along with a constant salvation, headaches, lower jaw pain near my ears and temples and my nose seems to itch alot for no reason. It is also geeting a little harder to swallow and my vision seems a little off. Could this have something to do with my wisdom teeth? They have been in for about 6 years but I need one pulled because it won t fully emerge from the gums. Also I have been feeling a little nauseous with the feeling of acid reflux . Could it be allergies or maybe a sinus infection?
Asked On : Mon, 3 Sep 2012
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sir, all of the above mentioned problems exept for itching of nose and blurring of vision may be attributed directly to wisdom tooth, which must go off after it has been extracted out within a matter of 7 to 10 days (as healing of socket take place for next few weeks after extraction). vision has nothing to do with extraction of teeth even in case if you get all your teeth pulled out. Sinus infection may be one of the reson for nose/ blurred vision queries. Acid reflux may be caused due to pain killers which you might habe been taking. Kindly seek an ENT surgeon advise
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