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Tooth Pain??

HI! I am 4 dpo and all of the sudden I woke up to my teeth hurting! There is no medical reason for this as far as I know, have recently been to the dentist, and checked out fine...Has anyone else experienced tooth pain (not like a localized toothache, just ALL of your teeth a little sore) as a symptom early or not, of pregnancy??


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3 Answers • 6 years ago


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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.

6 years ago


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

6 years ago


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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