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    Sore bumps on scalp?
    pinkilocks posted:
    I recently had some fillings at my dentist and everything seemed fine.The next morning I was violently sick and threw up even after trying to brush my teeth. It took a full 24 hours before I could even drink water. This morning I woke up with some sore red bumps on the the right side of my head, the side that I had the multiple fillings done on. They are not itchy just throb from time to time and are very sore. I was just wondering if the sores on my scalp are from some chemical or an allergic reaction to the shots I had from my fillings or if it's something completely unrelated. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated. This is the first time I've had painful bumps on my scalp.

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