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Had tooth cleaning, tired joints since, slight headache. Took aspirin. Suggestions ?

Dr I had tooth cleaning this morning at 10:30 Within a hour or two after i felt very tired joints somewhat achy slight headache and fast pulse i took 2 aspirin and had lunch at around 2 as i was very hungry. Now it is nearly 6 pm and I still feel the same way. I get regular cleanings every 3 months and never had this before. No topical or injected anesthetic was needed or given. No tooth gum or mouth pain. The fast pulse concerns me. I am 53 female overweight over 200 but no diagnoses of any disorders. Should I go to emergency room?
Asked On : Mon, 17 Sep 2012
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I really appreciate your concern looking to your age the symptoms are not because of the dental procedure that you have gone through but this could be menopausal syndrome, just do nothing relax take it easy, low down your stress level, otherwise no need to worry about this, hope this information helps you have nice day.
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