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Dental pain and root canal getting so exhausted

I just need to vent really I don't know what more to do.  

I had a root canal two months ago.  My tooth hurt badly when I would floss then it turned into a raging tooth ache.  We did all the pressure tests and temperature etc.  There was no clear cut answer on which tooth was to blame.  So I finally told him to do tooth A.  I was 99% sure that was the tooth.  Upon doing the root canal the tissue inside the tooth was indeed inflamed so I was happy to hear we got the righ tone.  So I thought I was good to go.  I was fine for two weeks then the pain came back.  We waited another 5 weeks to see if things would "settle" yet they never did so we repeated the process.  I was good for 2 weeks and again the pain is back.  If it's a neighboring tooth  on top where the bad tooth was, nothing responds to hot or cold or even pressure tests.

I am at a loss of what to do?  If I indeed have another tooth going will it eventually reveal itself?  I am embarrassed to go back to the doc I have seen him already 7 times to try and figure this out. He is an excellent doctor who is not high pressure.  He is a wait and see kind of guy if you are not in terrible pain so it's not him he has done everything right.  Anyone else dealing with this?
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Root canal therapy is considered to be the most feared dental procedure. Below listed are the few main reasons that can long last the pain of root canal for more that 4 - 5 days.  Visit Shambhala for more dental problem
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