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    Default Tooth problem or sinus

    I know no one can truly answer apart from telling me to see a Dentist/Doctor but I'm still interested in opinions.

    I woke up Saturday morning with my rear left molar sore to chew on. My face was aching along my cheek bone up past my ear. It is still sore to chew on and my cheek bone is still aching. My nose is snuffly and I've had a bit of an ear ache so I just don't know if it's sinus or tooth issue.

    Am I better off going to the Doctor to see if it's sinus related or wait till I can get in to the dentist (she only works part time so it could be a bit of a wait).

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    Sounds like sinus/ ear problem to me. Very common to get referred pain to the jaw. Especially as you have a snuffly nose.
    Hope you get better soon!

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    Thank you. I went to the doc and it's sinus, fluid in the ears and swollen cheeks gave it away. So relieved it's not teeth, I'm a sook about the dentist!!

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    Oh good! (and antibiotics are much cheaper than a trip to the dentist too )


 

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