Migraine pain in my back teeth?

dizzyflower at 12h29
26
Feb
2010
Migraine pain in my back teeth?

I have just been to an emergency dentist appointment convinced that I needed a new filling or that it had fallen out and have been taking pain killers to deal with it till I got there. The dentist was absolutely lovely and even exrayed my tooth to see a perfectly strong and healthy tooth. She suggested I might be starting up a sinus infection and offered antibiotics, but as I keep getting this pain and then it goes away and have had cameras up my nose to look for infection [......]
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