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6Hypnone
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It's usually in front teeth, but also has been in front molars.
I have root canals in other teeth in the back which my bio dentist says is better to remove, but the teeth that randomly hurt are not root canals. Is it the bugs getting other places?

I have other nerve pain that really freaks me out, as well as bone and joint pain, and having more pain to worry about is overwhelming bc I feel nothing is improving and I feel helpless.
I do pain pills, oil pulling, biocidin toothpaste, rx toothpaste... I'm At my wits end.

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[ 09-12-2018, 05:20 PM: Message edited by: Robin123 ]

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So sorry you are struggling 6Hypnone

Hard to think good thoughts when you're in a bad place. I've about had it with this whole mess too. But I KNOW that good days are still in store for us. [Smile] And we don't squander good days. . . We TREASURE them !

I tried everything for teeth pain. Cold gel pack on face/jaw, pain meds, aspirin, whiskey swirl then spit, Orajel, Anbesol.
The only thing that worked, and worked instantly was coating the tooth in Sensodyne toothpaste. Hope this helps.

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I've been waiting since may 2016 when I started with treatment to feel better again. [Frown] I just get more symptoms.
But yah I put that toothpaste on my teeth and have it sit there. I dunno if it does anything.
Could this be the lyme? Mold?

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lyme, candida and G knows what LOVE to live in the roots.

Root canal teeth usually feel nothing because they are dead. No nerves.

Lyme did mess up my teeth, I suppose many of your teeth are also week (they move easily by touch?)

Can't you get some ozone injections? Easy, non-invasive? If ozone injections help, you could keep doing them, and maybe avoid the teeth to die....

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Have no idea whether this would help - I had a session with a cranial massage person and it relieved pain in my head and dental area.
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Here's a link that might explain your teeth pain.

"Lyme Resides In The Mouth"

https://www.arizonaadvancedmedicine.com/Articles/2013/June/Lyme-disease-often-resides-in-the-mouth.aspx

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quote:
Originally posted by Robin123:
Have no idea whether this would help - I had a session with a cranial massage person and it relieved pain in my head and dental area.

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GOOD idea.

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Something someone brought to my attention... Can it be Neuropathy in the mouth? Meaning you do thousands on teeth work and still have the pain? Talk about anxiety and hopelessness.

I have read that article yeah. It's very good.

I can't afford ozone. I was looking into ozone sauna but I don't know how much that is.

I had cranial twice in the past and I dunno if it did anything. Tho it wasn't for my teeth.

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