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... I'm curious as to how much damage I might have done taking the Penicillin V 500mg tablets for over a week. ... (7 replies)
Cracked tooth
Mar 18, 2008
... I heartily disagree with this post. If your tooth is broken deeply enough, an infection can occur and spread. While it is very rare for this to happen, if the break was months ago it can indeed become infected and make you bodily ill. ... (2 replies)
Cracked tooth
Mar 12, 2008
... its doubtful the broken tooth is making you sick. to make you sick there would have to be a serious infection involved. its very rare for a tooth problem to make the rest of your body ill. even though you didnt mention any pain you should hurry to the dentist. ... (2 replies)

... yroid to male yeast infections. And now it's landed me here in this dental forum. I've been trying to retrace my steps when it comes to symptoms and I remembered a bad mouth infection I had in november 2004. I was in Seattle, WA opening up a new restaurant for my company when I suddenly got really sick. ... (7 replies)
... I would get that tooth looked at as soon as you can. Often times that taste means there is an infection and the infection is draining. I have had that happen. ... (4 replies)
... OMG JennyVee! I can't believe I found a post that is almost identical to my problem. About 2 yrs ago, I had a root canal and crown on one of my lower left, back teeth. ... (12 replies)
... root canaled and is harboring infection can cause sytemic infection? ... (3 replies)
... Go to google search and type in DENTAL BACTERIA DEATH and you will see that letting your teeth go is playing with fire. ... (21 replies)
... Thank you for the reply!!! ... (4 replies)
... What it sounds like to me is that your nerve is completely infected and is leaking pus out of your tooth. This may be a blessing for you, because it is allowing the pressure to be released. You absolutely need to see a dentist. ... (1 replies)
... no antibiotics will only take the pain and infection away for a little while. The antibiotic will only hide the pain and infection. You should really have the tooth retreated. Root canals are done through crowns all the time. Where the take the crown away to due the root canal they can fill with filling material. ... (3 replies)
... Jeremy, I would certainly think that the front tooth has a nerve problem. The sensation you describe sounds like it. Don't wait to have it checked as living with that kind of pain is not good or healthy. ... (4 replies)
... I just had my wisdom teeth out last week. Dry sockets occurs when a blood clot does not form properly and usually happens within the couple days after your operation. ... (4 replies)
... the infection can spread and make you really sick, to say the least. And just think, the next time you kiss a girl, wouldn't you rather have one tooth missing than the smell of rotting teeth? ... (1 replies)
... Try not to panic. In your case you probally have an infection which can be taked care of easily. Also remember in my hubby's Mothers case......She is very old so this was long ago! She did it primarily because of money I'm sure. ... (4 replies)
... How are you feeling today? ... (7 replies)
Gum disease
Feb 22, 2007
... This I can answer for you having just gone through all of this.... ... (5 replies)
... What I am about to tell you has gone on for about three years. I have tetracycline stains on my teeth and I had been wanting to whiten them for years. ... (2 replies)
... ran out. I actually got those antibiotics and pain meds from the ER. I continued to get worse, so I had to go to an oral surgeon to have it extracted because the tooth was making me so sick, I thought I would die. I asked the doctor to take off the crown to see what was underneath. ... (7 replies)
... Get to a dentist and get this resolved. The abscess can spread beyond that area and make you very sick...even into your sinuses and then the brain if you don't stop it. My husband had one go into his sinuses and had to be in the hospital and on IV antibiotics. ... (1 replies)

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