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Tingling in arms, hands, feet, legs. Wisdom tooth to be removed. Are these symptoms related?

Hi; I am having my wisdom teeth pulled in 2 days and started doing research on the procedure and what to expect after; now I m scared. I have not been prescribed antibiotics and my dentist is not an oral surgeon, but performing the procedure. Also, I have been having tingling in my arms, hands, feet, and legs for the past 3 months. Can wisdom teeth complications cause these symptoms? Thank you email - YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Fri, 16 Nov 2012
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Hello and welcome,
Tingling may be due to fever and chills associated with pericoronitis of wisdom tooth to be extracted.
Please do take antibiotics prior to procedure and get the teeth removed as soon as possible.
Please do not be panic as the procedure is done under local anaethesia.
Gargle frequently using warm saline and betadine solution.
First of all believe on your dentist to improve your confidence level.
Or else you can go for second opinion too.
Maintain oral hygiene well.
Take care.
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