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For a few months 2 teeth in the back of my mouth on the left side hurt when I drink anything cold. Ones on top and the others on bottom. Ones broke off and the others got a
quarter of it cracked off. I havent had a chance to go to the dentist yet. But I'll have jaw pain every now and then. But today I've had pain in my left temple that last for a few seconds an then goes away. It's been happening throughout the day. Idk if it's a icepick headache or if my teeth are causing it. My teeth haven't been hurting at all today, like I said only when I drink something cold on that side it hurts pretty bad. Could my teeth be causing the sporadic temple pain or is it more of a headache or muscle issue?

Those are my only symptoms
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For a few months 2 teeth in the back of my mouth on the left side hurt when I drink anything cold. Ones on top and the others on bottom. Ones broke off and the others got a
quarter of it cracked off. I havent had a chance to go to the dentist yet. But I'll have jaw pain every now and then. But today I've had pain in my left temple that last for a few seconds an then goes away. It's been happening throughout the day. Idk if it's a icepick headache or if my teeth are causing it. My teeth haven't been hurting at all today, like I said only when I drink something cold on that side it hurts pretty bad. Could my teeth be causing the sporadic temple pain or is it more of a headache or muscle issue?

Those are my only symptoms
If you have bad teeth, that needs to be taken care of; however, there is something called "Trig-neuralgia" you can google it. a human has three nerves that come out of the base of the brain and go around each side of your face going to the eye area, one going to the nose area, and the other going to the mouth area. When people have this with the nerve going to the mouth area, it can feel like a bad tooth ache, but it is a false pain. when this happens, nothing is wrong with the teeth, it is the trig nerve going to the mouth giving out false signals to the brain. Usually caused by an artery or blood vessel touching the nerve when the heart pumps and causing false pain signals. I am not a doctor, but I had surgery for Trigminal-Nueralgia when I was 50 years old. I had the one where the nerve going from my brain to my left eye. It felt like someone was stabbing me in the eye with an ice pick. It was unbearable pain and sometimes I would pass out it was so bad. I even though about committing suicide because the pain was so bad, I could not stand it and It was ruining my life. Back then doctors knew what was wrong with me but none of the local nuero surgeons would touch me. No one was really qualified to do the surgery back then. Finaly a pain specialist recommended me to a Neuro Surgeon in Houston Texas that did my surgery and give my life back to me. I am 77 now. but I have recently been having itching problems. I don't know if this has anything to do with my past Trigeminal neuralgia or not. I am currently trying to find out what is causing my itching. You can google, " Trige minal nueragia" and read about it. Doctors now days are more educated about it and can help ones with it.
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