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NEMOM
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My teeth are killing me. It used to be the right side but this week the left lower ones are driving me crazy. It hurts to eat anything.

Which "bug" is responsible for this and anything I can do?

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BoxerMom
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Babesia for me.

Same pattern of starting on one side.

I still get this with flares, but it resolves with treatment.

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What does it feel like NEMOM? What is the sensation

of the pain?

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Parasites do that to me, especially before the full moon (we just had one a few days ago). However when I take parasite herbs it stops.

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NEMOM
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My teeth ache (but not like a cavity ache) and it hurts to bite anything. It almost feels like my teeth are bruised. The pain is on the top, outer edges of my teeth.
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Ok, thank you for reply. The homeopathic remedy

Arnica Montana fits this symptom picture. Whatever

potency one has will work. I, personally, would

choose a potency of 30c over 6c because it is

stronger and usually tooth pain is strong. Your

call. [Smile]

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I have been having it recently...i hope it is parasites cuz i can do something about that

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Bartonella!

Often an hour or so after I take a-bart I eat something and my teeth hurt.

It's an annoying symptom. I hope it clears up for you soon. I have been oil pulling lately in hopes of resolving it for good.

Have you ever tried this?

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desertwind
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I have been feeling really well and off abx. for quite some time now. But....I am getting severe nerve pain pulsating in all my teeth after I exercise. I have no idea if it is TBI related or not because other then this tooth/nerve pain I feel good.

Wish I had an answer for you!

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GretaM
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Yes I get this too.

I am torn between protozoa, babesia and bartonella.

Antiparasitics that work on these bugs seem to get rid of the tooth pain thing for me.

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NEMOM
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So, it sounds like no definite answers on what causes it. Bummer.

I will have to pay close attention to the full moon next month and see if it flares then.

I am treating for Bart and do get flares.

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Tammy N.
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Try oil pulling. If you are not familiar with this amazing therapy go to oilpulling.com. It has helped me more times than I can say.

Take care.

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Tammy N.
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Try oil pulling. If you are not familiar with this amazing therapy go to oilpulling.com. It has helped me more times than I can say.

Take care.

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