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Can a toothache make your head hurt?

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A bad tooth can cause or create a lot of unrelated problems, a headache is included within that scope.

Hey! If'fin you didn't want the truth you shoudn't of asked the question.

Yup, an infected tooth, if left untreated, can cause major problems, including brain damage and heart damage and death.

If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, then that makes me a burning truck filled with TNT hurtling through a rocket fuel depot.

Yes, I have had headaches caused by toothaches. If I'm not mistaken, having a bad toothache can even make you nauseous. Toothaches are one of the worst types of pain I have experienced, so the headaches that come along with them are just torture.

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