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Can a toothache elevate your blood pressure

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Can a toothache elevate your blood pressure
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Dental
Expert:  Dr. Girish replied 7 years ago.
Yes potentially a tooth ache can temporarily raise blood pressure,
that would be temporary though, it would not cause a permanent blood pressure problem or a disease called hypertension - meaning high blood pressure
the pain in the tooth, causes your body to release adrenaline, and other neuro transmitters,
Stress on the other hand can increase blood pressure for a long time
once the tooth ache is reduced or relieved any transient change in blood pressure would be automatically reduced
Expert:  Dr. Girish replied 7 years ago.
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