My Cousin Had Severe Gum Pain And She Was Given Both Aceclofenac Paracentamol Tablets Along With Antibiotics And Her Pain Did Not Subside

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Gautam Says:


The pain did not come down, only increased. I think it was because antibiotic tabs were given to the patient along with ace clofenac and para centamol tablets.



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Verwon Says:

No, it isn't likely that the antibiotic caused the pain to increase, that's not how they work and generally after taking them for 3 days, she should start to see improvement.

However, she may have still experienced some slight worsening of the infection, which could have caused increased pain.

Another possibility is that it was due to the fact that both the Aceclofenac and the Paracetamol can cause some blood thinning, which could have increased blood flow to the area, this may have increased the sensitivity and swelling, so the pain increased.

These also aren't very strong pain relievers, so may not have been very effective if the infection was quite severe.

How is she doing now?

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