Hello, for the last couple of days ive been having very sore lower left teeth. I have also got a numb left cheek and jaw which came on at the exact same time as the tooth pain. About a week ago i had a very bad sore throat and right ear which also came and went at the same time, both lasting for about 3 days. I thought i could hear a swooshing in my ear when i moved. Also, i have a sort of pushing feeling at the back of my left eye. Im just hoping buy coming here that some one could put my mind to rest as i feel it could be something serious but i really dont know what to do. The pain in the teeth goes away with paracetamol but the numbness in the cheek and jaw seems to be heightened. I have read it could be wisdom teeth problems but would this explain all my symptoms? Any advice would be gratefully recieved. P.S. I havent been to a dentist or doctor for about 8 years. Im a 25 year old man and a heavy smoker.
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