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Molar tooth broke off. Needed root canal. Chest feels heavy. Related?

A few months ago my tooth broke off (molar) I went to dentist and had it filled... He said it was deep and I may eventually need a root canal . About 4 weeks later I start having ear pain, face pain... Headaches so I went back to the dentist and he prescribed a zpack last week... Since then I have gone back and he started the root canal... But last several days my chest feels heavy. Kinda shortness of breath. Not wheezy and no fever. Should I be concerned?
Asked On : Sun, 3 Jun 2012
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Dentist, Orthodontics 's  Response
as per the information provided by you the symptoms of your chest have nothing to do with the dental procedure you have undergone.
had it been some allergic reaction to the procedure or medication taken for the procedure the chest symptoms should have appeared earlier.
so unless you feel the shortness of breath or fatigue for another 1 week you should nt worry otherwise see a general physician and tell about your symptoms.
take care .
Answered: Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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