Tooth Infection And Amoxicillin

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Leann Says:
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Hi dentist, I've had toothache for about a month now and it's gotten worst I believe and abscess has developed, I've started taking amoxil 500mg every 8he's from Sunday, thus is the 4the day of taking it now and although some of the sweeping as gone down in the night I'm in extreme pain and even when I take pain killers (motrin 800mg) the pain just eases and flares up, it doesn't dull completely. Any suggestions? I'm taking the antibiotic before I go to the dentist cause the teeth needs to be extracted, I need an ease from this pain, is the amoxil working at all?



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