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Can Night Sweats And Toothache Be Related To Injured Tailbone?

I m pretty sure I fractured or dislocated my tailbone the first week of 2015. For about the past week I have been having regular night sweats and in the last 24 hours started to have a toothache in my lower left molar area. Could the night sweats and toothache be related to the tailbone?
Thu, 24 Nov 2022
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Hi,

Please stop with reading related articles on the internet. It's not related at all. An injured tailbone is in the spine, might have well you can just put up human parts on the internet, u can see the difference and they are supplied by nerves which do not supply the tooth.

The toothache might actually be a dental problem requiring attention. Might be a cavity present which requires attention. The night sweats is totally different. Please visit a dentist for the toothache. The night sweats we can monitor to keep an eye.

Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Jinela Desouza, Neonatologist
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Can Night Sweats And Toothache Be Related To Injured Tailbone?

Hi, Please stop with reading related articles on the internet. It s not related at all. An injured tailbone is in the spine, might have well you can just put up human parts on the internet, u can see the difference and they are supplied by nerves which do not supply the tooth. The toothache might actually be a dental problem requiring attention. Might be a cavity present which requires attention. The night sweats is totally different. Please visit a dentist for the toothache. The night sweats we can monitor to keep an eye. Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Jinela Desouza, Neonatologist