Every Tooth is Connected to an Organ in Your Body: Toothache Predict Organ Problems!

When you get a toothache, did you realize it could be an indicator of organ damage?
Sure, sometimes a toothache can mean a problem with your tooth – but there are also plenty of times it may be an indicator of a problem elsewhere.
As a result, it’s important you pay attention when you get a toothache, as doing so can help address a bigger problem early.

Connection Between Toothache And Health Issues With Internal Organs 

Connection Between Toothache And Health Issues With Internal Organs 

See how each of the organs below can manifest in a toothache below:

Kidney and bladder: bottom and upper incisors

Liver and bile: canines

Lung and colon: premolars

Gall bladder, spleen, pancreas: molars

Heart and bowels: wisdom teeth

Or consider it from this vantage of which tooth hurts:

First incisor: urinary tract infection, bladder infection, ear infection, tonsillitis,

Second incisor: urinary tract infection, bladder infection, ear infection

Canines: liver and bile issues

Premolars: lung and colon issues

Molars: colitis, chronic pneumonia, asthma, allergies, joints (especially knees and shoulders), arthritis, bowel disease, heart disease, and more

Sixes and sevens: anemia, gastritis, pancreatitis, ulcers

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Source: Organic and Healthy

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