Friday, May 21, 2010

I have a throbbing toothache and I was wondering what over the counter meds would you all recommend......?

This is only until I can get to a dentist. I have had this throbbing toothache for about a week now and I've been taking aleve. At first, the aleve was helping but now it is not doing much. I have also heard bad things about aleve, so I want to lay of of that. I tried orajel, but that only made it worst. What do you guys truly recommend.

I have a throbbing toothache and I was wondering what over the counter meds would you all recommend......?
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Reply:Don't know how you can put up with a toothache for a week! Although you have probably had it seen to by now - placing a clove by the offending tooth should give relief. - or you could try clove oil.
Reply:When I have tooth problems, I take ibuprofen (600mg.) and use the orajel liquid. Its really strong, and works great!
Reply:TAKE 3-4 ADVIL (IBUPROFEN) EVERY 4-6 HOURS.


ALEVE (NAPROXEN SODIUM) IS 1 PILL EVERY 12 HOURS. THIS WOULD HELP SOME BUT NOT AS MUCH AS ADVIL.


ORAJEL IS A WASTE OF TIME AND MONEY FOR THIS TYPE OF DENTAL PAIN. IT ONLY WORKS FOR MUCOUS TISSUE INJURIES LIKE SCRAPES, ETC.


GOOD LUCK W/THE DENTAL APPT.
Reply:oil of clove (eugenol) won't cut it. Take 4 tablets of advil every 6 to 8 hours AND 2 extra strength Tylenol every 4 to 6 hours

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