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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 in Amoxicillin
Medicine For Dental Pain

I am haveing tooth pain is RDY 273 a good pill to take to help take away the pain? ## Have you consulted a dentist? This tablet contains 220mgs of Naproxen, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, so while it may help with some mild pain, it isn't going to do anything for whatever underlying issue may be causing the toothache. ## Thanks 4 the replay yah i have i am getting the tooth pulled on friday so i was just wondering because at time the pain gets intense Thank you for the info im very greatful ...

Updated in Naproxen
use of diclogem medicine

My neck is getting pain, can i take diclogem. ## What's the components of the Diclogem because it cause intense itching and heart pain to me ## hello m taking diclogem since 3 months i am getting worse tooth ache please advise it will be harmfull..... ...

tooth ache

I have a tooth ache and when I went to the clinic, they said they can't remove because there is an infection...they gave me some such Amoxil and Anaerobyl 400 and some pain killers and they told me to come back after 7 days... How long will the pain last coz it is so unbearable ## Hi.I had a to oth ache Nd went to the doctor,got it Removed n they then gave me anaerobyl 400.and now my urine is bloody and brownish.should I be worried. ...

Updated in Amoxil

I extracted my wisdom (molar) teeth - right lower 2 weeks back. I am feeling a pain in the next adjacent teeth. Doctor prescribed root canal, but I am going on a tour from tomorrow for 2 weeks. Is there any intermediate solution to this? ## I have pain in my tooth in the lower portion, so i want to know if there are any remedies? ## I've been on amoxicillin for a week and Tylenol 3 and my tooth still hurts. Is it because I'm still drinking soda? Is that why I'm still in pain? ## I have taken cyclobenzaprine (10mg) for a severe toothache a couple times and by the next day I'm usually fine. ...


I do not have dental insurance and I am suffering from a toothache. From past experiences, it feels like an exposed nerve. Is there anything over the counter that you can recommend I take to help reduce any infection as well as reduce the pain? ## Hi, Spencer! Sorry about the toothache. No, there is nothing available over the counter that can help with the infection. That's going to require an antibiotic and those are only available by prescription, except for the ointments that can't be used in your mouth. For pain, there are several options, such as Orajel and Anbesol, but they are just topical anesthetics that won't last for long, plus you need to check with a doctor or dentist to make sure they are safe for you to use. I know it can be expensive, but you really need to s... ...

Updated in Orajel
When is medicine too old to take

I have some amoxicillin that is 3 months old prescribed to me for my abscessed tooth can I still take it because my abscess is back ## There should be an expiration date on the bottle, once past that date, the best thing to do is dispose of it and obtain a new supply, if needed, from your doctor, or dentist. However, if you did not finish the full course of treatment originally, that may be why the infection has returned. Additionally, if you did not have the original underlying problem corrected, which caused the infection, that could also cause it to return. The FDA warns that this medication may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. ... and if you don't have enough left to finish a full course of treatment, you may find your... ...

Updated in Amoxicillin
Tooth abcess

Can the antibotic cefadroxil be used to treat a tooth abcess. ## Cefadroxil can in fact be used for dental infections; although amoxicillin and metronidazole are generally used as first line of treatment. Learn More: Cefadroxil Details If you're experiencing a lot of pain, I would also try dabbing the area with Vanilla Extract and/or clove essential oil. Both options tend to have a numbing effecting to where you can't feel the pain while it kills the infection. I hope this helps! ...

Updated in Cefadroxil
common medicine for blood in stool

I hv been having toothache for last three days.YEsturday i tk amoxycillun 250mg and combiflam ,today mrng i saw my stool red in colour. ## Hello, Sridhar! How are you? If it was bright red, that is usually from hemorrhoids. Have you consulted your doctor? You may require treatment or surgery. Internal bleeding usually results in blood that is a dark blackish color. ...

Tooth abscess

I've taken 30 amoxicillin and an entire z pack for my tooth abscess bit still having ALOT of pain, some swelling and still cannot open my jaw far enough for my dentist to extract the tooth, it's been 2 weeks now and though some relief it's still pretty bad! Any idea how long if ever will I be able to get this horrid thing or of my mouth??!! Pleeeeeeeeez help I'm just totally beaten down with this???????????? any help would be appreciated greatly ## It sounds like those antibiotics were not the right ones to help you. Did you dentist try taking a swab for a culture? The FDA lists the typical antibiotic side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, diarrhea, and non-allergic skin rash. It can't be extracted, while you are still in severe pain and an i... ...

Updated in Amoxicillin
Tooth absence

I had a tooth absence and the dentist gave me Betamox 500g and Metzol 200mg after some few day the absence bust and I stopped using all those tablets .my problem is I've been experience pains on my private parts and itching bad at my vagina with lots of thick discharge inside. I thought it will get better but it is getting serious or more confusing symptoms everyday.I think it is caused by the medication ## Yes, Betamox which contains Amoxicillin, and Metzole, which contains Metronidazole, are antibiotics and they can cause yeast infections as side effects as listed by the NIH, and the symptoms you've described likely mean that's what you've developed. It will not go away on it's own, you will need to see your doctor, because it will require an antifungal infection t... ...

Updated in Amoxicillin
Tooth filling

I had a root canal competed on August 4th. I now need the filling replaced on my crown. Can I have the filling completed and receive a reclast inj. the following week? ## Hello, Mac! How are you? It would be best to double check with your doctor, since Reclast can cause some dental problems and there is a risk of your developing osteonecrosis of the jaw, as listed by the FDA. Many people are told to take care of any dental health issues, prior to starting Reclast, but I'm not sure how long they need to be separated. Other side effects may possibly include nausea, vomiting, weight loss, numbness and insomnia. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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Tooth/gum pain

I just started taking sertaline (zoloft) 8 days ago and i have been experiencing tooth/gum pain i know i need fillings but this just seems different anyone else go through this? ## Do you grind your teeth while sleeping? that can cause tooth and gum pain. maybe it got worse since getting on the drug. other than that, I haven't heard of this as a side effect of zoloft. could be periodontal disease. see a dentist. ## I believe that Martin is on the right track and thank him for his post. SSRIs, such as Sertraline, have been known to cause bruxism, as well as gum disease and bleeding gums. Other side effects, as listed by the FDA, may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and weight gain. I experienced it myself, when I used to take it. Have you spoken to your doctor?... ...

Updated in Zoloft
Abscess Tooth

Can doxycycl hyc be used to treat an abscess tooth ## Yes, Doxycycline is an antibiotic and can be used to treat various types of infections. Learn more Doxycycline details here. Is that what your dentist prescribed? ## Hi donna, To answer your question, yes, Doxycycline will cover dental infections (although penicillin or amoxicillin are generally the more preferred options for this type of infection). Just make sure you follow a consistent dosing regime over however many days it takes, so you can be sure that the infection is gone. Learn More: Doxycycline Details If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ## Thank you for your answer. I am going to use the doxycycl to buy some time until I can afford to get the help I need. I'm ju... ...

Updated in Doxycycline
Infected Tooth

Can I take Ciprofloxacin for a tooth infection? I found some in the medicine cabinet from a previous Dr. Visit and was wondering if it would be effective??? ## Although Ciprofloxacin is not commonly prescribed for dental infections, it may be used for certain mouth or gum diseases, after a culture and sensitivity test is done. This will show the best antibiotic to treat the infection. (For example, Ciprofloxacin can effectively treat rare dental infections caused by the Enterobacteriaceae group of bacteria, but not others). So it may be a hit or miss if you still intend on using this medication. Dosages for dental purposes: The typical adult dose is 250 milligrams to 750 milligrams every 12 hours. This dose is given for 7 to 10 days. Ciprofloxacin should not be taken with dairy products... ...

Updated in Ciprofloxacin
toothache pain

Will white g 13 oval pill help toothache ## No, this tablet contains 800mgs of Gabapentin, which is an anticonvulsant that can also help with certain types of nerve pain, but it is not a regular analgesic that will help with this type of acute pain. Learn more Gabapentin details here. This medication may also cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, weight changes and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

Updated in Gabapentin
Absessed tooth

Can you help my name is pat i have a reallyinfected sisdom. Tooth an all i got rite now are keflex m bactrim will that kill the infection ## Hello, Patrick! How are you? They may help, since they are broad spectrum antibiotics, but it would be best to see your dentist and have them suggest the best antibiotic to take. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. However, an antibiotic will not help with whatever issue has caused the infection, such as a cavity, impacted tooth, or etc. So, you will still need to see your dentist to have the problem corrected. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

Updated in Keflex
Toothache decay

I went to a urgent care to get a prescription for penicillin for a tooth infection my left side of my face has swelled up so I went in he prescribed me amox-clav 875 until I can see my dentist but by my tooth being infected the dentist can’t pull it until the swelling goes down, but it’s been 3 days & the swelling is still here but the pain has went down some, last time this happened the doctor gave me amoxicillin and my swelling went down the next day, do I need a different penicillin pill I need help ## It's usually the active infection that prevents them from pulling it, not the swelling, since when the infection is active and in its prime, they can't numb it properly to pull it. The FDA lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibly including n... ...

Updated in Penicillin
abses toothpain

I have a bad abses tooth is keflex a good antibioti to take for it ## Although Keflex (Cephalexin) is commonly prescribed for tooth abscess, some patients believe that Clindamycin is a better option for these types of infections. In my opinion, it's best to stick to more natural options, such as Clove Essential Oil, to avoid many of the undesirable side effects that are associated with prescription drugs in general. However, it probably just comes down to whatever your doctor recommended for you and whether or not your body reacts favorably to it. I hope this helps! ...

Updated in Keflex
For wisdom tooth

Hi friends hope u all fine I got wisdom tooth with badly pain I couldn't eat and drink anything then I went to doctor he gave me Suprazole 200 tablet it's for infection if u have any infection then u can eat That tablet its give u relax tc bye ## Thanks dear ...


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