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Head numbness

At times when I drink chilled water, I feel a pain in my head and feels like head is frozen and numb. Is it the case with me alone or it's common? How does this happen?
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Dr. Chethan R S Bangalore | General Physician
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Hi, based upon ur clinical symptoms its because of sensitivity of ur teeth to cold water. As the nerve supplying the teeth will have its branches supplying head & neck region also, avoid taking cold beverages. If symptoms persists contact ur Dentist.
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Dr. Hithysh BM Bangalore | General Physician
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its just ur tooth sensitivity for cold has increased..irritation of nerve ending supplying tooth also supplies head and neck as a result u ve these symptoms...majority of the population l ve similor comlains upon having coffee tea or cold items(ice creams etc)
try to avoid these items if still the problem persists kindly
contact a dentist.
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