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Default dead teeth, infection? sepsis?

Has anyone heard of rotten teeth that have no pain..?


2 upper wisdom teeth decayed into the gum, badly, been like this for years just havnt been able to get it fixed



They have never hurt, which during an extraction of another tooth years ago surprised the dentist that i felt no pain in them ..



I am concerned about sepsis ..



Been thinking maybe sepsis is the reson for my fatigue.. concentration and memory issues.. excessive sweating even while resting.. high bloodpressure

Nightmares and more



Really want to get it fixed but im struggling severely with too much and too little support..
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Has anyone heard of rotten teeth that have no pain..?


2 upper wisdom teeth decayed into the gum, badly, been like this for years just havnt been able to get it fixed



They have never hurt, which during an extraction of another tooth years ago surprised the dentist that i felt no pain in them ..



I am concerned about sepsis ..



Been thinking maybe sepsis is the reson for my fatigue.. concentration and memory issues.. excessive sweating even while resting.. high bloodpressure

Nightmares and more



Really want to get it fixed but im struggling severely with too much and too little support..
You do not have sepsis. If you had sepsis you would be dead or dying. if the root of the tooth is dead you will have no pain so I look at it as you being lucky. I just broke a tooth yesterday eating almonds. Now I have to go for a root canal and then crown.
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Default Re: dead teeth, infection? sepsis?

I have some "dead" teeth. Your fatigue can be caused by many things. I would look at all the medicines you take firstly. I was very tired from medicines I took and had to have them "adjusted" by my doctors and that helped a lot.

Here is an article on Sepsis: Sepsis: Symptoms, Effects, and Causes
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