The past 2 days I have been feeling nerve pain in all my teeth. They hurt when I eat and not eating. I can drink but I haven’t had anything hot to drink to feel the effects of it. It has my whole head and right ear hurting. I’m not sure if my fibromyalgia is being over active in my teeth. I have a lidocaine swish and spit but it leaves the nastiest feeling on my belly. Feels like a lose/lose.
In addition my parathyroid is so over active that I have so much calcium in my blood my bones hurt in my legs like nobody’s business. I’m supposed to have it removed but something always seem to come up.
I’m exhausted with pain. Please share anything you can.
Nerve pain in teeth isn’t fibromyalgia related problem it is due to overactive parathyroid taking calcium out of everywhere in your body be it teeth or bones(calcium is the strength component of both) and wasting that calcium in urine and making you feel weak and painful.
I get pain in my jaw, never heard of it being in teeth before. I would say see a dentist and try something called OraGel - my husband suffers with terrible tooth ache and that is the only thing that helps. Also there is something called Ambusol, I used it when my children are teething and my dentist also recommended it for my wisdom tooth pain.