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betty1939
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Is anyone having problems with teeth pain? I have had non-stop teeth pain for a couple of months now.

At first, I thought it was just the sinus infection I had in October.

I went to the dentist and had my teeth cleaned and all of them still hurt. Additionally, I now have pain in both shoulders too.

It seems when one symptom is resolved or reduced, two or three other symptoms pop up worse than the last.

Also, inspite of treatment my mycoplasma pneumonia numbers have gone up another +250

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Lyme IGG/IGM positive 12/08
Babesia Microti IGM positive 12/08
Hemobartonella positive 1/11
mycoplasma 6/11

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Polkahero
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I had this for two weeks straight several months ago right after starting Samento and Japanese Knotweed. Went to the dentist for a cleaning and they gave me samples of Sensodyne toothpaste. Within a few days the pain disappeared and hasn't returned (knock on wood).

My dentist did remark on how much my enamel had eroded since my prior year appointment before I started drinking lemon juice. I don't drink lemon juice anymore, but use ACV through a straw now.

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Tammy N.
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Hi Betty,

For those of us sick with this disease, the two infections most known to cause dental pain (as far as I know) are Bart and/or the Fry Bug (FL1953).

Also, sinus issues (which can be related to mold). And mercury toxicity.

Either way, oilpulling is excellent for helping with this (check out oilpulling.com).

Best to you.

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Kudzuslipper
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i had relentless jaw/tooth pain while I was on rifampin.
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Ellen101
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I've had some tooth pain at times as well. I was able to control it with oil pulling and sensodyne.
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Sammi
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This was one of my worst symptoms in the beginning. I went to two or three different dentists, and they could not find anything wrong. Looking back, I think it was nerve pain related.

Proper treatment should help with this if infections are the cause. The Sensodyne toothpaste really does help. You may want to try it.

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My daughter regularly complains of tooth pain. Her dentist suggests she has TMJ. I think nerve related and thinking some massage may relieve it. Thanks for above suggestions. May try oil pulling and sensodyne.
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My first post here, but will chime in. I have had and continue to have transient pain my teeth. I thought I was crazy (!) as how teeth can hurt.

The pain would just be there - not because of me eating or drinking anything. I am sorry to hear others have teeth pain and it also relieves me a bit to know I'm not crazy.

I have starting doing oil pulling and am hopeful it will help with detox, etc. I think my gums look better since starting it.

3 years ago my DH (who always had terrible teeth issues - root canals, etc.) stopped using all toothpaste and just use baking soda. Since then neither of us has had a cavity and he has had no teeth issues -first time in 20+ years!

We have not told our dentist that we don't use toothpaste .... he's far too traditional. But we smile when he comments every time we have our 6 month teeth cleanings - on how great our teeth and gums look!

We started using baking soda to eliminate fluoride - another toxin. For us, we are very pleased with the baking soda results.

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dbpei
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Teeth and gum sensitivity were on my list of mysterious symptoms that I had off and on for a few years before I knew I had lyme and co. This pain has gradually left me since being treated for lyme, bart and babesia over the last year.

I got relief from oil pulling as well. I am using a little bit of peroxide in the water that I use with my Water Pik. I think it really helps to keep germs at bay. I like to use baking soda occasionally too. It sounds like it is working well for kathleenta and her hubbie!

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