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Toothache, fever, sore throat, cold, conjunctivitis, sticky blurred eyes, headache. Taken Ibuprofen, Cocodemal, painkillers. Relief measures?

Hi there, I hve a toothache which due to a loss filling, I brought a templet Filling kit n tended to tooth also took painkillers ect, my cheek was tender, n thought it maybe Infected! But after a few days pain subsided n I seemed to hve got a cold n conjunctivitis Plus a sore throat n feverish. I wake up with eyes blur n stuck together But this morning I ve had a pain in right side of head, it hurts if I cough sneeze n swallow , especially If I m thirsty , I m really concerned, I ve took ipbrufen n cocodemal? On the pill n I hve a vit b deficiency Please can you help
Asked On : Mon, 9 Apr 2012
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I feel the filling which you did yourself may have covered an infectious area. a filling can fill the gap but can not remove infection, which has to be drilled out by the dentist. I do not think that the conjuncctivitis is related to your dental problem but you surely have infection in your body which needs to be treated with antibiotics and pain killers.
For sore throat you can start with warm saline gargles.
i would strongly recommend you to visit your dentist for the aforementioned tooth.

Answered: Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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