Can Cefdinir Treat A Tooth Infection

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Have a tooth infection can't see my dentist till tue it is fri wife has cefdinir will that make swelling go down in my face ## Hello, Witchdr! How are you feeling? I'm sorry about the dental infection. Cefdinir is classified by the FDA as an antibiotic, so while it can be used to treat infections, it will take several days to start having an effect and it will not reduce swelling immediately. To do that, it has to start eradicating the infection. Typical side effects are listed as possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. If your doctor approves of you taking them, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, such as Ibuprofen may help, but even that won't reduce all of the swelling. Its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizzines... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Cefdinir.
Mon, Mar 16 '15, 4:00 PM
Antibiotics For Infection Cefdinir 300mg
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can u take cefdinir 300mg for a absessed tooth ## Cefdinir is a Cephalosporin class antibiotic that's used to treat various types of infections, so yes, it can be used for treating a dental infection. However, you do need to be sure that it is an infection that calls for an antibiotic and that you have enough of the antibiotic to completely a full course of treatment. Learn more Cefdinir details here. Have you seen a dentist? ## Can I take cefdinir 250ml for an abscess in my mouth caused by a bad tooth my face is swelled..I'm allergic to penicillin... I'm 34 years old In so much pain from this ## Yes you can!!!!! I've done it before & actually doing it now. I've had tons of toothaches & in 1 week I'm having ALL teeth pulled- YAY!!!! I'm getting implan... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Cefdinir.
Wed, Jun 28 '17, 8:11 AM
cefdinir 300 mg capsules
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can you take this for a tooth infection ? ## Hi, Bonnie! It's usually only used to treat some specific infections. There are others that are much more effective at treating dental infections. Have you consulted your dentist? If you have a dental infection, not only do you need an appropriate antibiotic, but you need to have the underlying issue that caused the infection corrected, or the infection will just keep returning. ## Hi, I found several capsules, purple/teal, which I know is an antibiotic. Can you tell me what infection this is used for? There are also several triangular pills, 0425 yellow on one side, US on white side. US. Can you help? ...
Updated 4 months ago in Cefdinir.
Tue, Mar 21 '17, 6:34 AM
Can I Take Sulfamethoxazole Tmp Ds For Absess Tooth
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i have an absess tooth and want to know if I can take Sulfamethoxazole-TMP-DS for this? ## An abcess tooth is tricky and may be dangerous depending upon the circumstances. Serious bone (i.e. osteomylitis) infections can develop if not cared for. Pen VK first, Amoxicillin is second and a third generation like Cefdinir would be an alternate choice with ampicillin allergies. Doxycycline is also used but the assessment should be made by either your dentist or your physician ## Can i take this sulfamethoxazole.tmp for a infection tooth ## Hi DeBorah, While Sulfamethoxazole + Trimethoprim is used to treat various types of infections, tooth infections is not one that is listed under the medication guidelines. Additionally, taking an antibiotic like this can very well create medication-resistan... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Sulfamethoxazole.
Fri, Oct 14 '11, 1:51 PM
Lupin 500 Capsule
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I have a 9 year old daughter and she has a toothache, and i was wondering if this can be used for that type of infection? ## A two toned green capsule with the marking of Lupin 500 contains 500mgs of Cephalexin, which is an antibiotic that's used to treat various types of infections. Learn more Cephalexin details here. However, your daughter needs to see a dentist to determine what is causing the toothache, because even if it is an infection, then if the root cause isn't addressed, it will just keep returning. Are there any other comments or questions? ## A capsule that bis blue and purple says lupin on blue end and cefdinir on purple end ...
Updated 1 year ago in Cephalexin.
Tue, Jan 05 '16, 8:37 PM


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