I waked up in the middle of the night with a very painful teeth that I couldn't ignore and go bake to sleep.
I can't point out where is the pain exactly. I just felt that my teeth are painful. I brushed my teeth but it didn't help. I figured that I didn't eat much cheese or yogurt last 3 weeks. So, I drank cup of milk. I don't know when the pain stop becoz I slept somehow. Next morning I was pretty fine.
This scared me becoz my family has a disease in our genes. I don't know its name, all I know is that a healthy tooth would fall after shaking for some time. I think its a gum disease.
Is this the first sign of it?
I'm female, 23 years old. My teeth is healthy، although Calculus would accumulated from time to time. I go to dentist to clean my teeth once a year. I didn't had any teeth problem for more than 10 years. I'm not fan of milk. I didn't drink it for two months.
Thank you for your replay. I thought so too because I have a slight headache when I wake up. But the headache increase during the day. I watched my self during the day I didn't grind or clench.
If I have it again I'll visit a dentist.
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