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The pain started on Tuesday this week, at first I could have sworn my sinuses were playing up. I had pain along my left side of my face: forehead, temple, cheek bone, upper and lower teeth (maybe gum pain?) and jaw.
On Wednesday, the pain moved to the right side of my face. Same areas of pain. Took paracetamol and it didn’t shift the pain.
Today, the pain is in the same area as yesterday. As I type this, I am experiencing pain on forehead, temple, cheek bone (also feels like right cheek is burning up), and the pain is extending across my bottom gum area. The worst area of the pain, which feels sharp at the moment is my cheek.
I could have sworn that it was a dental problem, but I think if it was I would have toothache in one place. (Correct me if I’m wrong).
My mother suggested it might be Neuralgia, as she suffered from it some years ago. She suggested that I go and see a dentist or a doctor. Can a dentist do anything for it?
I haven’t had any trauma lately, but I have recovered from Glandular fever about four months ago.
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