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Going crazy need answers!

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Posted by: Dillysmomma  (8 years ago)
Hello. I am a 31 year old female and have always been healthy,but the past few years have been questionable. It started after I had my second child. I was tired all the time and I put that off as new baby related. Then it tired and felt horrible all the time Dr thought it was just stress and put me on Zoloft; it didn't help.Then it was left sided body pain even to the touch. Now the entire leftside of my body is slightly swollen. I have had chest x rays, ekgs,blood work, Cat scan of abdomion even a MRI of my head!All thank the lord normal. I have had uti infections and sinus infections out the ying yang. It dawned on me I have a tooth that is bad and broke on the left side same side as all my crazy symptoms.Could this be the root of all this evil? My right side of my body feels perfect from head to toe but the left is killing me. Is this all possibly caused from one bad tooth? Any info would help so much! Thanks
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Hello.

Bad teeth, mostly when they are in inflammation can cause a lot of illness to the other parts of the body. For example:
- bone and joint problems
- inflamed teeth can attack the heart
- hair problems

Once we had a patient who's leg was attacked by a disease caused by his teeth and he was only able to walk with crutches. We treated his teeth and he was able to walk without anything again.

If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to send a message!

Contident Team from www.contident.com
Dedicated to Your Smile
Posted 8 years ago
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Posted by: Dillysmomma  (8 years ago)
Thank you so much for your reply and help! I have an appt Friday to have the tooth extracted. I will be so happy to get back to normal ;]
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Posted by: amelyluyanda  (8 years ago)
Yes, bad teeth will definitely affect your entire body. Your tooth decay might have reached the inner layer of the teeth and so it gives several infections and troubles. This will even cause severe heart diseases. Unless you remove the broken teeth you can’t feel comfortable. Better you consult a professional dentist and remove the broken teeth and follow his instructions.


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Posted by: Serendipity14  (8 years ago)
Dillysmomma, I sincerely hope your aches and pains go away with the tooth extraction so that you can enjoy life (much better) once more! I read on thisisdentistry.co.uk that teeth problems can have negative effects not only on the mouth/oral cavity, but on other body parts as well. Getting the right treatment for a dental problem can definitely improve the quality of one's life...
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Thank you so much for your reply and help! I have an appt Friday to have the tooth extracted. I will be so happy to get back to normal ;]

Dear Dillysmomma,

We would be pleased if you could write us about your recovery.

Contident Team from www.contident.com
Dedicated to Your Smile
Posted 8 years ago
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