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    Can a tooth abcsess cause high BP temporarily?
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    An_192096 posted:
    I normally have very low BP 100/70 or so and i just came from teh dentist due to severe toothpain and have a bad abcess that requires my tooth be extracted. while at the pharmacy i took my bp and it is 155/110???? what is that about. i feel fine.
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    BillH99 responded:
    Hard to tell, but maybe.

    With a BP med mine is well controlled at around 105/65.

    But when I have anxiety it will get to 160/95.
     
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    lbutlin replied to BillH99's response:
    just asked my pharmacist when getting my keflex for the tooth infection, she said yes infections almost always raise BP and the abscess is BAD...good to know


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