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Pain in lower jaw, numbness in left cheek, no infection or cavities. Cardiovascular problem?

I just got back from taking my husband to the dentist , because he is experiencing a lot of pain in his lower jaw, and numbness on the left side of his jaw and cheek. The dintist could find nothing wrong. No infection, abcess, or cavities... could this be something cardiovascular? He s not had any heart issues or anything, and his last physical was clear. We are just stymied.
Asked On : Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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hi,Asalamo alaikum-- your idea is right it is definetily cardio vascular,in lot of people it is refered pain due to any blood vessel blockage supplying to that heart area e, or rt circumflex should have1------ANGESID TAB near your husband approach,when he feel pain in jaw or chest wall he should place the tab.under his tongue,it is safe drug ,it dilate the constricted blood vessels and is life saving.2 he should have ANGIO GRAPHY DONE and should have ---STENT IN THE BLOCKED ARTERY.IT IS BIT COSTLY SO ARRANGE THE MONEY ALSO,3.should have blood test for sugar, cholestrol, and triglyceride. (stent is small artificial tube which keep the narrow blood vessel open

then take further medicines advised by cardiologist. ok take care
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