Ampicilina For Tooth Infection

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brish Says:
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Whole leftside of teeth hurt,mostly bottom but top too,tounge a little sore on same side..is it infected?? And would ampicilina help??



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Brish! How are you? I'm very sorry that you're in pain.

Only a doctor or a dentist can diagnose the presence of an infection and prescribe an appropriate antibiotic, if an infection is present.

Have you consult your doctor, yet?

With it basically being that whole side of the mouth and including the tongue, there's a chance that it may not be dental related, so you need to have this checked out.

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