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Toothache after temporary cement filling - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   Hello, Doctor!
Doctor :  
How can i help you?
User :   I came back for myself this time
User :   about teethache
Doctor :  
User :   I had temporary cement and suddendly yesterday the tooth began hurting
Doctor :  
User :   i tried with salt warm water and collutorium
Doctor :  
User :   but nothing, now I've took Zimox-amoxicillina 1g
User :   half-pill
Doctor :   ok

User :   I've nothing else at home now
Doctor :  
do you still have pain?
User :   nor tachipirin or aspirin
User :   yes, a little nit
User :   liitle bit
User :   I've put some cotton with whishy on the tooth
Doctor :  
User :   to anestyze
User :   but it still pains
Doctor :  
User :   what other thing can I do?
Doctor :  
whisky will not reduce pain nor it anesthyse on local application
User :   I didn't want to make my mother worry about so I told her I used the floss too much strongly
User :   ok
Doctor :   ok

User :   Zimox will reduce the hurting?
Doctor :  
no it is antibiotic and it is not a pain reliving medication
Doctor :   do you have tylenol, or ibubrofen or naproxen at home
User :   I used ice too
User :   not now, I finished unfortunately
User :   :(
User :   maybe Moment
Doctor :   ok
User : good..I've found BUSCOFEN
User :   !!!
User :   I forgot about...
User :   is it good buscofen?
User :   it's IBUPROFENE
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
it is ibuprofen
Doctor :  
the good pain killer
User :   Thanks Lord! There was a box still
Doctor :  
consume one now
Doctor :  
with milk or after food
Doctor :  
the pain will reduce
User :   I took Zimox since half an hour
Doctor :  
no problem
User :   in how much time may I take it?
User :   I have FROBEN SPRAY TOO, local application
Doctor :  
zimox 500mg need to be taken three times a day meaning every 8 hourly
Doctor :   the spray will not work
Doctor :  
as the pain is deep inside teeth
User :   that's right
Doctor :  
about buscofen you can consume 400 mg tab every 4 to 6 hour
User :   yes, in fact I feel the pain coming from inside, it's really terrible, Doctor
Doctor :   ok
User :   1 pill every four / six hours?
User :   are gel capsule
Doctor :   the pill of 400 mg needs to be taken every 6 hours for pain relief
User :   these are 200g
User :   1/200 g.
Doctor :  
if the pain is too much and recurs than it can be taken even after 4 hours after consuming the first tab
Doctor :   may i know your age?
User :   32
Doctor :  
ok than you can take 2 tabs at a time
User :   so may I take a warm tea now and then take the pill?
Doctor :   no not tea
Doctor :  
it should be milk
User :   that's right
User :   tea is inflammatory?
Doctor :   avoid the cold and warm application to the affected teeth
User :   ok
Doctor :   no tea is not inflammatory but irritant to stomach
User :   so I just take pill now
User :   no problem about Zimox
Doctor :   yeah take one now
Doctor :  
no problem with zimok
User :   that's right :)
Doctor :  
both can be taken togather
User :   I take it immediately, Doctor
Doctor :   yes you can
User :   oh, that's right
User :   thanks again so much, I'll come back soon
Doctor :  
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Doctor :   we are available 24/7
User :   done; my best and deep Wishes for the New Year!
Doctor :  
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User :   You're the Best as always!
Doctor :  
thank you and wish you good health.
Doctor :  
bye for now
User :   thanks so much, looking forward seeing You soon
User :   bye for now :)
User :   :)
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