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Headaches due to wisdom teeth?

Post: #1
01-28-2012, 06:57 PM
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Headaches due to wisdom teeth?

I have two wisdom teeth coming in and have been getting headaches everyday for the past week. Do you think this may have something to do with it? Also I have noticed that sometimes when I sleep, I clinch down on my teeth. I need to get to the bottom of this because the headaches can get really bad. Thank you.



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Post: #2
01-30-2012, 06:10 PM
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Headaches due to wisdom teeth?

Yep. Even if it's not specifically cutting teeth that's causing the headache, the grinding and clinching your teeth at night definitely can. Any time you're cutting teeth, it's possible to have pain throughout your entire head or even run a fever while your body gets to work.

If you haven't seen your dentist yet, you might want to, in case there are any complications with them coming in. A lot of people have their wisdom teeth removed even because they cause such problems, so that's something to consider, too.



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Post: #3
01-30-2012, 07:41 PM
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RE: Headaches due to wisdom teeth?

Thank you Jessi. I have an appointment coming up in March. I'll see what they have to say. I think I want them taken out. It doesn't seem like there is enough room in there for them. I don't want it messing up my other teeth.



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Post: #4
06-21-2012, 07:10 PM
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I definitely think this is a problem with me. One of my wisdom teeth is impacted and all four of them are coming in at once. It sucks because I have issues with my insurance (student insurance that has not been in place for a year, so they won't cover it). So I need to fork over like $2400 to get them all removed.



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Post: #5
07-21-2012, 11:00 PM
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RE: Headaches due to wisdom teeth?

I have this same exact problem. My wisdom tooth on the lower left side of my jaw is coming in and the pain is excruciating times, usually in the morning. I did not realize that the problem could be the fact that I am putting added pressure on it when I am sleeping, so I will try sleeping on my back or on the left side. It sucks for me too because I need to have this tooth pulled, however the cost is too much for me afford without insurance.
(06-21-2012 11:10 PM)allie Wrote:  I definitely think this is a problem with me. One of my wisdom teeth is impacted and all four of them are coming in at once. It sucks because I have issues with my insurance (student insurance that has not been in place for a year, so they won't cover it). So I need to fork over like $2400 to get them all removed




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Post: #6
10-19-2012, 05:51 PM
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RE: Headaches due to wisdom teeth?

My son used to suffer from awful headaches before he had his wisdom teeth pulled. Once they were taken out, thankfully those bad headaches subsided. I know this is an old thread, but I hope that you were able to get your issues taken care of. Smile



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Post: #7
10-31-2012, 06:57 AM
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Headaches due to wisdom teeth?

I think you must go hospital.
(01-29-2012 02:57 AM)bridgetg Wrote:  I have two wisdom teeth coming in and have been getting headaches everyday for the past week. Do you think this may have something to do with it? Also I have noticed that sometimes when I sleep, I clinch down on my teeth. I need to get to the bottom of this because the headaches can get really bad. Thank you.






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Post: #8
11-30-2012, 05:13 PM
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RE: Headaches due to wisdom teeth?

For anyone who may still doubt that headaches can be caused by wisdom teeth, I am here to tell you that yes this is the case. Years ago I was having serous sinus headaches, I was known to have them but these were even worse then anything I had experience before. I went to the doctor and they found nothing in the sinus cavity itself that could be causing these headaches. Months later I started to experience mouth problems and thought I had a cavity and went to my dentist. My dentist found that I had a double impacted wisdom tooth with one tooth on top of another and one of them was pressing against the sinus cavity, no doubt being the cause of those headaches. I also know someone who had serious ear problems a few years ago, went to the doctor several times for it and it turned out they had a bad tooth that needed to be removed. Moral of these stories if you are having severe headaches, vertigo or ear problems and have seen a doctor but they can't determine the problem, see a dentist, there's a chance there could be a serious problem with your teeth.



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Post: #9
11-12-2014, 07:29 PM
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RE: Headaches due to wisdom teeth?

‚ÄčYou could take pain relief medicines like ibuprofen and acetaminophen; make sure you follow the instructions regarding dosage and the frequency of medicines.



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