Friday, May 21, 2010

URGENT!! please help, i have a toothache!?

I have the WORST toothache. I can't move, eat, or talk without it hurting like h-e-l-l! I need some home remedies that will relieve the pain, FAST! Please help me. I cant take this anymore. I'm seriously about to break down.

URGENT!! please help, i have a toothache!?
Take a tea bag (black/orange pekoe like from Lipton's tea)


and soak it in very hot water long enough that it starts to seep


color. Then let it cool a little, squeeze out some of the water and put it next to the tooth between tooth and gum, leave it in for 10 - 20 minutes and re heat again. If you don't squeeze out too much you can use it 5 - 6 times.


Also, take an aspirin, break it in to crumbles and put SOME of it under your tongue (the skin is very thin and medicine will


absorb quickly into the blood stream) at this spot even a baby aspirin has quick and noticeable effects.


Between the aspirin (for pain) and the tea bag (pain and swelling) you should start feeling better in 20 -30 minutes.
Reply:Thank you all for your answers. My tooth feels MUCH better now! I really appreciate you taking the time to help me. Report It

Reply:You probably have a abcess. You need to go to the dentist to get it seen about. They will give you antibiotics and pain meds but they won't help until you get the tooth fixed. I had one before the pain will drive you crazy. Call ASAP! I tried everything and nothing helped. Good luck.
Reply:oil of cloves %26amp; painkillers then dentist dude
Reply:Go to the ER and be seen by a physician. If you have an abcess, they will prescribe you with painkillers and antibiotics, this should give you nearly immediate relief tonight. If you wait until tomorrow, the dentist might not be able to see you, or will give you painkillers and antibiotics and have you come back in a week to allow the abcess clear up first. After the infection has cleared (it is this that is causing your pain by putting immense pressure on the nerves), you will more than likely need to have a root canal done. Find a good periodontist for this (ask co-workers and friends) and it should be practically painless.


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