As per your history it seems to me that you are having apical periodontal damage, either because of the secondary caries or because of the pressure due to hard substance chewing. You need to get an X-ray done as soon as possible to rule out any periapical lesion. In the mean time I suggest you take the medication like Aceclofenac twice daily for five days and, also try to avoid hard foods.
Please follow up for further assistances.
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