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trubeee
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Which infection do you think the dental pain is from? I get it off and on, especially the upper back teeth, like a dull toothache, sometimes like tiny electrical shocks through my whole front jaw.

I've already had my sinuses checked though I suspect just because nothing showed up on the CT scan doesn't mean it's not a problem because it hurts below my eyes and around them too including below the temples.

I'd love to hear from you all who have/have had this problem. thanks!

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Milagro
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I've seen dental pain as a symptom of FL1953, but I don't know if it's a symptom of other TBI's.

I'm sure someone more knowledgable will provide some feedback.

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lyme in Putnam
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My llmd said Lyme. Nerves in teeth.

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I have FL1953 and I do not have tooth pain. It is not a routine symptom of FL1953 aka-Protomyxozoa rheumatica.

All of these diseases love our joints and tendons/muscles. A lot of upper tooth pain is from the TMJ or tendons/muscles from the joint and it radiates to the upper teeth/nerves.

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Thanks all- could someone tell me which lab your doctor used to test for the FL1953 bug?
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Bartonella. I lost massive amounts of jawbone because of that. All made worse through dead teeth, aka root canals.

http://www2.cnrs.fr/en/525.htm

Bartonella did the same thing a couple hundred years ago! See link. Dr. K. contacted the researcher a number of years ago, because he has been finding the same over the years. Who knows -- there are mutations of all sorts and of course there are many different Bartonella types.

Some people can correct it with ozone, etc. Mine was completely repaired surgically, but I no longer have any root canaled teeth! or crowns with different metal alloys.

Bugs love the jawbone because of low perfusion. They feel safe there. But the infection has a tendency to spread from wherever it starts. So it is important to pay attention to it.

Take care.

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Fry Labs in Scottsdale does the testing for the FL1953 protozoan.

You can get into their website, just google Fry Labs

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Oh boy Gigi-so sorry to hear that! Sounds like you've been through h---and back.. ugh. Thx for your feedback though. I haven't treated bart yet.

Thx hadlyme for that info.

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oh boy manybites-was tx for bart successful?
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how do you get the bugs out of your teeth? I have been having awful tooth problems for years. It was my original symptom
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Bart for me. I can sure tell when I take my A-BART that jaw,tongue,cheeks,gums hurt like a herx.

The other 2 Byron White herbals and other things I take don't do that to me.

I am needing to manifest big time $$ for a Lyme literate dentist who uses ozone and other protocols.

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My teeth have been breaking off at the gumlines. I suppose they are dying but they don't look like they have cavities.

I have always kept up with my dental cleanings twice a year and got the necessary fillings, crowns, root canals, braces, etc.

I thought it was my Morgellons since many with it have teeth issues.

I never heard that TMJ was associated with Lyme. I have it so bad I was supposed to have my jaw joints replaced 3 years ago but I couldn't scrape up the large deductible and co-insurance the doctor asked for since he didn't accept insurance.

My dentist said I was clenching and that caused the TMJ. Made sense as I had severe arthritic pain.

If the dentist removes the root canals how do the teeth keep their stability and not crumble? This must be very expensive.

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Healing in Santa Cruz, and anyone else who clenches, try GABA (it rocks--saved me). I think lyme depletes this from our bodies--hence the need to replace it.

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