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Dr. Andrew Rynne
Dr. Andrew Rynne

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Suggest treatment for jaw pain

My pain starts in the jaw (both sides) and goes through the gum to my front lower teeth( describing the pains is like laboring pains and the go down to both arms and with the same pain and goes on for a half hour to an hour and causes me to feel sick and some times vomit, these events have increased over the past week) my hand go cold and after the event stops my arms are really tired and during the event I have little muscle use and difficulty using them
Tue, 15 Dec 2015
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I have gone through your query and can understand your concern.
Jaw pain radiating to front teeth is mostly due to infection in teeth such as acute pulpitis, periapical abscess, periodontal abscess, pericornitis etc. These conditions are mostly caused due to dental caries & gum infection. Other uncommon condition that can cause jaw pain are temporomandibular joint problem, maxillary sinusitis, etc

You should consult a dentist and go for oral evaluation for any dental caries or gums condition. In meanwhile you could take a ant-inflammatory medicine like ibuprofen for pain relief.

Hope this information helps
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