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Does having teeth pain while drinking water having that sensations of feeling like sudden current or blood coming from teeth are anything related to std?

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No consult a dentist if cavity get filling done you may require rct n cap use hydent k tooth paste twice daily std can b ruled out by some tests.
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Dear Lybrate user, you have cervical abrasion or atrision or dental caries. Which is causing thermal sensation to you. You need restoration (filling) of decayed teeth. Your problem will be cure soon. Please consult to your dentist for clinical diagnosis & needful treatment.
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No. STD has got nothing to do with sensitive teeth. Although bleeding gums might be a long term repercussion of any such disease. If you are having a doubt of an STD, first get it ruled out by consulting a Dermatologist/Venereologist. Your Dentist will take care of the rest of the dental problems, once your STD status is ruled out.
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No not always. It is gums problem.
No it's not always related to STD,,it's due to normal gingivitis or sensitivity of teeth
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No.
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