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Frown Severe Headache after extraction

Hello,
I had my third lower molar extracted one week ago. The tooth was infected before i got it pulled. After i got it pulled there was still some signs of infection so my dr placed me on a antibiotic treatment. I am finished the treatment. But for the past 2 days i have been getting these debilitating headaches every night, its so bad that when i take motrin 800 or advil it does absolutly nothing for it. I have consulted my dentist but she said that the headaches are from the extraction site trying to heal and its normal. Am i the only person that has experienced this?, Please help because these headaches are THE WORST!!!
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