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Sinus pressure toothache

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I am taking 300 mg of Clindamycin for Sinusitis Maxillary. I have finished four days of pills with six days to go. The pressure pain and drainage seemed to be much better. However after each pill all ...

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Hello, I have sinus/asthma problem and my ENT surgeon has advised on Glemont F, Medrol 4mg .... I am facing severe toothache , leading to headache as well. I heard that I cannot take ibuprofen ...

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there is some inflammations of my sinuses but not enough to cause the headaches and horrible toothaches. She ...

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Hi I have an odd problem in My premolar(Tooth#30).It started with sensitivty to cold and hot.Later on I felt pain emitting out.I visited Dentist locally,they took bite-wing X-Ray and some others but did not show much.I have a composite tooth...

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My husband has been using a CPAP for several years. Just recently his teeth ache badly and are sensitive to heat and cold and he feels he has sinus pressure. He got an ex-ray from regular doctor ...

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I have a terrible toothache (?). Went to the dentist first thing this morning and she didn t really see anything wrong with my tooth. She thinks i have a nasty sinus condition that is purring pressure ...

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I have really bad pain in my teeth and temple. I also feel pressure. (All on the left side) I was given amoxicillin 875 mg twice daily for 10 days 8 days ago for sinus infection. Two days ago I thought ...

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day had full sinuses ,ear pressure ,cough ,stuffed head and lots of green phlegm. Took last antibiotic ... a different antibiotic ? Is this a sinus infection or something related to the strep ? ...

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bit of a toothache and a little sinus pressure behind on eye. Just gotten over a cold in the past week ...

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I have been having sinus issues for about a week now. My congestion and cough has improved, almost gone, but the sinus pressure and pain seem to be getting worse. I have pain in my teeth and my jaw feel ...

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I have had a reoccurring toothache in an upper right tooth and just over the last day the roof ... no problems with the tooth. Could this be a sinus infection? ...

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Thank you. I m on losartan, levothyroxine, hctz. Today, my dentist suggested suphedrine for an ache in my rear teeth...doesn t think it s decay, but rather a sinus infection. She also told me to contact ...

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HI, I have a severe toothache (upper back jaw)and I did see a dentist yesterday and they said all my teeth were fine.I even did an xray but everything seems normal. I suspected for sinusitis. I did ...

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, living on pain killers, and taking three weeks of doxyxcycline to rule out a sinus ifection, my upper lip ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Hi Muddy Take NSAID pain killer, do frequent antiseptic mouth rinse. If impacted, it has to be removed. Reply with thanks

doctor1 MD

Hi, Get your tooth checked by a dentist to treat it further. Get an otc painkiller apply clove oil to the affected tooth. All the best! Dr.Alba

doctor1 MD

If there is a cavity formed due to the caries. You may have to get an RCT (root canal treatment).