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Wisdom tooth extraction
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My wisdom left side tooth is extracted 13 days ago but still I feel the numbness on my lower lip teeth and chin and my dentist suggest me for neugaba 72 capsules pls help how to regenerate my nerve to fight numbness... ...
Updated 1 month ago.
Fri, May 29 '15, 10:19 AM
Infected Tooth Extraction
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I've got my tooth extracted last June 20,2015 yet there is still a part left with my tooth and my dentist told me to continue taking amoxicillin until our next session. I'm also taking mefenamic acid, yet I don't know until when I should be taking this. Is it okay if I stop taking mefenamic? Thanks ...
Updated 8 days ago in Amoxicillin.
Mon, Jun 22 '15, 10:02 PM
tooth pain after extraction a week ago
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I got my next to last bottom left molar pulled about a week ago after being blown off n jerked around by the emergancy room and the llow income clinic that takes my insurance they gave me a round of keflex antibiotics at emergancy room i finished them then dentist gave me amoxacillin to take i have one days pills left and the infections still there and very painful should i get checked for mrsa n on bactrium or is my pain normal the tooth was "extracted" (ripped from my face) about five days ago and the dentist said id feel better the next day but i don't?!?! ## Hello, Doug16125! How are you doing? If you had a tooth pulled, that socket is going to be open and sore for awhile. It takes awhile for it to heal up and stop being tender. However, if you've got a severe ache, ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Keflex.
Mon, Mar 17 '14, 2:04 PM
TOOTH
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i have an infection on tooth extraction site prescribed clavemel forte 500 3 times a day for 5 days how long will it take for infection clear please. ## Hi Annabel, The infection should be gone close to or by the time you run out of the Clavamel forte (Amoxicillin + Clavulanic Acid). If the infection is still there after the 5 days of antibiotics, you'll want to speak with your doctor. In addition, I have heard that vanilla extract works well for tooth infections as well as clove essential oil. I have personally used both of those oils for an area on my gum that became swollen and it healed the area in a couple days. Those oils also helped to numb the pain I was experiencing, so it may do the same for you as well. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Amoxicillin + Clav... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Amoxicillin.
Thu, Feb 28 '13, 1:49 AM
after having an extraction can i take tramadol
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I went to the dentist for an extraction and he extracted a tooth at 3.30pm. And now the pain is so bad at 11.30pm. I want to know if tramadol will relieve some of the severe pain ? ## ya..offcource it will give relief .No problem you may take this. But in such condition Ibuprofen is choice of drug . ## No, Dr.......ibuprofen is not the choice of drug....not after any kind of surgery. Too much of a bleeding risk. It's ok, in THIS case to take it after 3-5 days but, personally, I would take the TRAMADOL. My oral surgeon always prescribed hydro or oxycodone for the pain......NO NSAID's. ...
Updated 4 months ago in Tramadol.
Wed, Jan 28 '15, 11:12 AM
Can I stop dosage of metoprolol succinate for dental extraction
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I need to have my rear tooth extracted and I am on metoprolol succinate and Losartan potassium and clopidogrel for cardiac therapy, so should I stop taking for a few days to allow dental extraction ? ## Hello, Husbur! How are you? No, please don't stop any of these medications, unless your doctor says that it's okay for you to do. Doing so could result in dangerous rebound effects that could cause greatly elevated heart rate and blood pressure. And the only one that you may need to stop temporarily would be the Clopidogrel, since it helps prevent clotting. Learn more Clopidogrel details here. Have you discussed it with your doctor, yet? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Metoprolol.
Sun, Oct 27 '13, 4:31 PM
Tramadol 50 Mg and tooth pain
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Is this drug effective for tooth ache ## Tramadol is a centrally acting analgesic that can help with mild to moderate pain, so it may give some pain relief. However, if the tooth ache has been caused by an infection, it isn't going to do anything to clear that up, nor will it help with any possible swelling that may be involved. Have you consulted a dentist? ## Always buy meds from reputable sources! I always use xxxxxxxxxx for buying pain pills such as Tramadol because of their prices and COD shipping. Hope it helps! ## I have sensitive teeth and so fed up of tooth extraction. Are there any suggestions apart from the canal procedure? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Tramadol.
Sun, Feb 16 '14, 8:00 AM
what causes an abscess on a tooth
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What causes a tooth to get an abscess? ## Hello, Cookie61! How are you? A dental abscess is caused by a bacterial infection, which has usually developed due to bacteria getting into the root of the tooth from a deep dental cary, or other exposure of the roots. In most cases, it must be treated with an antibiotic, then the underlying cause rectified, by the performance of a root canal and filling of the tooth with a cap, or a full extraction. Treating of the pain, or just taking an antibiotic will not solve the problem and is something I always try to warn people about. If you don't see a dentist to have the underlying issue correct, the infection will keep returning. Signs of an abscess, according to the NIH, may possibly include swelling, puss, pain and sensitivity to heat and cold... ...
Updated 1 month ago.
Sat, May 30 '15, 9:21 PM
amox tr k clv 875 125mg for infection of tooth
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I have had a severe tooth ache for the last 2 days and now I am afraid I have an infection in the root of my tooth. Last year when I saw my dentist he said I do need a root canal done. Can Amox Tr K Clv help with the pain and the infection ## Hello, Lou! How are you? This is an antibiotic, so it will only help with bacterial infections, it does nothing to treat pain. It may also cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. If you've not had the root canal done, yet, then this its most likely a deep dental infection and it is going to require treatment, most likely an extraction. If you don't have it taken care of, then the infection will just keep returning. Is there anything else I can help with? ## No, thank you so much for your answer to... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Thu, Jul 17 '14, 6:11 AM
Hydrocodone Apap 7.5-325
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I had a tooth extraction yesterday, been taking I norco 7.5-325 regularly since; took one pill an hour ago and the pain is still unbearable, can i take one more or even half a pill more? ## Hi Ryan, Generally with this type of drug the dosing instructions indicate that you should take 1 pill every 4-6 hours or so. I could be wrong, but I think this is mainly due to the concerns associated with Acetaminophen and liver toxicity. From my own personal experience, it should be fine to take a half a pill more, as they do make a stronger norco with 10mgs of Hydrocodone and 500mgs of Acetaminophen. So it would be as if you're taking the stronger version of the drug. Learn More: Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone I hope this helps! ## Actually, if the pain is still that bad, after having had the to... ...
Updated 6 days ago in Hydrocodone.
Wed, Jun 24 '15, 11:30 AM
Cefexime and boils
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My wife had wisdom tooth extraction and she was given cefexime 200mg 2 times as day for a week. Now she started having books ask over the body. How can I assure that is a side effect or another disease problem ...
Updated 2 months ago in Cefixime.
Thu, Apr 23 '15, 9:36 PM
supradol warfarin
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Can I take supradol (after tooth extraction) while taking warfarin? ## Hello, D! How are you? Sorry about the dental problem. No, you shouldn't take this, unless your doctor specifically tells you that it is safe for you to do so. Supradol contains the active ingredient Ketorolac, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory and it can actually cause additional blood thinning. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Warfarin.
Tue, Dec 31 '13, 10:39 AM
Are Macef CV200 and Moxclav same?
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I had to undergo tooth extraction &was prescribed Mahacef CV 200. I have Moxclav625 given by another doctor for the same purpose.Which one suits as antibiotic better in this case? ...
Updated 2 months ago.
Wed, Apr 08 '15, 11:09 PM
Is this Flagyl side effects?
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Nearing end of prescribed course after wisdom tooth extraction, now feeling extremely ill last 3days progressing to aching joints all over body and the rib area barely touchable due to same bone like pain, metallic taste, numbness and pins and needles in arms hands, lower legs and feet, speech slightly slurred (thought this was due getting the two teeth removed leaving large gap) and tip of tongue very sore but no furring or signs of thrush inside the mouth, runny stools and skin above one wrist now very red and inflamed and starting to bruise. This 43yr old has had stomach cancer previously and had radiation treatment, don't know if this is significant, but says this is way he felt before being diagnosed, same awful joint and rib pain. I know from reading that flagyl causes cancer ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Flagyl.
Thu, Nov 14 '13, 3:25 PM
Pontalon Mefenamic Acid 250mg
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I got a bad toothaches and was prescript Pontalon Mefenamic Acid 250mg, the next day i went for tooth extraction and wasn't given any medicine so i assume i need the same medication. Now after 2days i still having the pain from the gum even i took this medicine. is there anything wrong? i remember 2years back i went for a tooth extraction i was given mouth wash and medication for only 2days but it was perfect. ## Have you consulted the dentist that did the extraction? Mefenamic Acid is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that can help with some pain and swelling, but how much it will help really depends on the extraction done. For instance what type of tooth it was and if there were any complications. It can also take awhile for an extraction site to heal, especially if it was a front ... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Anti-Inflammatory.
Fri, Apr 13 '12, 3:42 PM
difene tablets
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does difene tablets interfere with the bitrh control pill ## I have taken difene perscribed after widom tooth extraction. I am feeling very sick and reaching after taking the difene. . I have taken them with or after food. Should i stop taking them. ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Fri, Jun 05 '09, 6:57 AM
how long after taking a suboxone can you use opiate
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I have been on 8 mg/2mg Suboxone strips for 1 year. I am having a tooth (back molar) extraction in the morning. I used my Suboxone strip this morning & the tooth extraction is at 9:30 am tomorrow. If I don't use another Suboxone strip before the extraction, would I be able to use Hydrocodone after my surgery? I don't want to get sick, but I am terrified of going through this surgery with no pain meds. Please help. ## should be 48 hrs to alow to leave your system ## So if I took a 10 mg Hydrocodone after not taking a Suboxone for 24-28 hours, will it throw me into withdrawals? That would do me in after surgery to end up in wd's. ## Sorry to say but 8 mg of Suboxone is way stronger then any hydrocodone. It would take a year for you to even feel the effects. Tolerance takes... ...
Updated 1 day ago in Suboxone.
Mon, Jun 29 '15, 11:28 AM
Neurolgia Pain in Teeth
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I wonder does anyone else suffer with ongoing everyday pain in their teeth/tooth caused by nerve endings in gums, it took a very long time to get diagnosis for this, and a few extractions by dentist before doctors discovered it was a nerve pain and not a dental pain, I have had this for several years now, everyday in life, its like having a toothache, I had a back tooth removed when it first began as I was insistent it was a toothache, but it only moved into the next tooth, my dentist refused to remove anymore teeth as xray showed there was no problem with my teeth, and the one removed was a very healthy tooth. Ive been to hospitals, see Professors, had RadioFreqency carried out on it going through my cheek, with no success, as wrong nerve was burned off, my GP says it will go away one ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Gabapentin.
Fri, Feb 28 '14, 3:06 AM
how long Clindamycin work
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I have a tooth infection and started taking clindamycin for it i have to get my teeth extracted in 6days. Will the infection be gone by then so i can have the tooth extracted? ## Hi Debbie, Sorry to hear about your tooth infection. I'm actually in the same boat as you, getting an extraction in the next month or so for an infected wisdom tooth. Most people get them taken out when they're young, but at age 25 I guess it's better late than never Lol. At any rate, most antibiotics such as Clindamycin, are often prescribed for 7-10 days, depending on the severity of the infection. But my guess is that the vast majority of the infection may be eradicated well within the parameters of that time frame, especially closer to the 7th day mark, when many patients are actually finished w... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Clindamycin.
Tue, Dec 02 '14, 11:55 AM
how much pain relief oxycod acetamin 5 325 for
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My dentist cut out my canine tooth and gave me oxycod/acetamin 5-325. How much pain relief can I expect with these pills? ## Hello, Richy! How are you? This is the medication that is typically given for pain relief, after an extraction and they generally work very well. The FDA classifies it as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 9 hours ago in Pain Relief.
Tue, Jun 30 '15, 2:22 PM


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