Answered by KPEAVY - Nov. 29, 2011 8:26am
Thanks ladies!! Its good to know no matter what the future holds, I'm NOT crazy, and it IS possible for your teeth be be sore out of the blue :P
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Answered by Annie75 - Nov. 27, 2011 4:41pm
Well, if you're like me you'll want every change in your body to be a pregnancy symptom :) So I'm going to say yes! And the reason is that sinusitis in pregnancy is common and is often one of my first signs. This ranges from a stuffy blocked nose to sore teeth (achy, bruised, sensitive feeling teeth is a classic sinus symptom). So there you go. Welcome to the wait!! Good luck and I hope it is your first weird pregnancy sign xo
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Answered by iheartpennstate - Nov. 27, 2011 3:12pm
I experience tooth pain quite often, but not for pregnancy. It's actually a side effect of seasonal allergies. Your sinuses sit right on top of of the nerve endings of your teeth. When your sinuses are swollen & inflamed, it causes pain across the top of your teeth. I get it when pollen levels are high in the spring and when there's a lot of dust in the air.
Also, if you're stressed, you may be grinding your teeth at night. Your partner may be able to tell you if you're doing it - it's a very distinctive sound.
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