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Jaw pain, ear pain, throat pain, swollen neck glands. Had tooth extraction

i am 34 yrs old... for the past month i have been having severe jaw pain. tmj like pain. ear ache... throat pain and the gland in my neck is swollen. all on my right side. i even had a tooth taken out thinking it was the cause of my pain. that was no help... now ive started to feel discomfort in my head behind my ear... HELP!
Asked On : Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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Welcome in H.C.M. for consulting your query.
I have gone through your query regarding your tooth extraction leading to jaw pain, ear pain, throat pain and swollen neck glands.
I would like to tell you that your tooth extraction procedure mainly for lower jaw may cause trauma to T.M.Joint which is self limiting and recovers in a weeks time, Post extraction tooth socket inflammation and T.M.Joint combindly give rise to referred pain in ear. these pathological changes in operative area may give rise to sore throat. All these infective pathological factors are responsible for enlargement of neck lymph nodes which is evident as swelling in neck.
These all are interlinked and can be managed by antibiotics, anti inflammatory and antiseptic mouth wash.
I think your query is now explained well.

With Regards.
Answered: Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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