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sensitive teeth

Postby laura.dorans » Sat Mar 05, 2016 12:30 pm

I have a problem with sensitive teeth, I get toothache and there's no cause

does anyone else get this?
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Re: sensitive teeth

Postby thesse » Wed Mar 09, 2016 12:17 am

My naproxen makes my teeth sensitive. I got such bad ulcers when they first gave it to me. Then they said it was whatever I had wrong with me that was doing it, but then the Dr looked it up and said, oh yes, naproxen does that. I still have to take it or my inflammation would be so much worse. I just have to live with mouth ulcers..
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Re: sensitive teeth

Postby chipchip » Fri Apr 08, 2016 7:56 am

Hi, newbie here :) I've had sensitive teeth all my life and dentists have never been able to figure out why. If fibro is indeed an over sensitivity of the nervous system/bad regulation of pain chemicals then I guess sensitive teeth would make sense. Sensitive teeth toothpaste helps a little but i still can't bite into an ice lolly or have a very cold drink.
dx Fibromyalgia and hypermobile joint syndrome in 2011 by rheumatologist. Female, early 30s.
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Re: sensitive teeth

Postby frimo » Fri May 13, 2016 3:25 pm

Have you had a test for Sjogrens syndrome ? A lot of the problems with my teeth were caused by this. Also many symptoms are very similar to fibro.
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