Problem description: The last time the doctor said that I have a small gallbladder stone, I felt a terrible toothache in the past two days. Would you like to know if the toothache is a gallbladder stone attack?
Question date:2020-10-20
Patient information:Age: 34 Sex: Male
Toothache is not necessarily a gallbladder stone s reason.
Toothache is not the cause of gallbladder stones. Toothache may be caused by other inflammations. Toothache may also be caused by periodontitis, gum inflammation and other symptoms. Gallbladder stones can cause abdominal pain and right upper abdomen pain, usually through blood routine and abdominal color Doppler ultrasound. The diagnosis can be confirmed only by examination, and anti-inflammatory treatment should be carried out in time.
When toothache occurs, you must go to the dental clinic for examination and treatment. Patients with toothache should not eat any food that is too cold or too hot.
Recommendations are for reference only. If the problem is serious, please go to the hospital for detailed inspection