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Developed ulcer and swollen gum after having filling done, red tonsil with white lumps. What is going on?

I had a filling done on my back lowers right tooth a week ago. I developed ulcers at the injection site. I have a severely swollen gum. My tonsil on the same side is red with white lumps . My skin from my right side of my chest up to my scalp is very tender to touch and my right ear is very sore. I also have a lot of mucous in my chest. What is going on?
Asked On : Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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Dentist, Orthodontics 's  Response
as per the information provided by you , the pain and ulceration at the injection and the filling site is due to the the procedure of filling only.
the ulceration and swelling will go within few days if the tooth in question is not deeply carious.
the other symptoms you feel might be due to allergic reaction to the anesthetic used to numb the operating site.
tell about these symptoms to your dentist and he will suggest you some anti-allergic
all these symptoms will go with in a week time.
take care.
Answered: Mon, 23 Jul 2012
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