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Not a question but a 5yr response to Christopher Newey

Thank you Christopher Newey, for your input of knowledge 5 yrs ago. I just wanted to update you with my info. Is better late than never. Interestingly enough, the source of my migraines happened to be from.... a molar root that was embedded in my cheekbone, like a chisel. It apparently was caused from the impact I had from a car accident back in 2000. I was lucky enough to have been referred to an Endodontist who found the problem in 2013. However, I could never be so lucky for that Endodontist to remove the molar due to liability/fear of me having MRSA(Which, I have NEVER had) only to be sent to two other Endodontists, who also, denied extraction for reasons of the same liability/fear as the first. Even though I told All of them "They didn't make sense because, if I didn't have MRSA, they could save my life from getting it & if I had it, at least I would be relieved of the pain I suffered sooo many years from."  Needless to say, my insurance was kind enough to find a local dentist who, made an acception to, pull my molar free of charge. I am and have been since the days following extraction, free of migraines and to date, suffer from tension headaches from time to time. Ironically, I had forgotten that I submitted a question on this site and had stumbled across this site by chance, due to forgetting a whole bunch of things, since the extraction. Again, I wanted to Thank you very much for your response to my original post.

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