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Broke a tooth, swollen and sore tongue, nausea, diarrhea, diabetes. Treatment?

Broke a tooth lat week. Swollen and sore tonque. Tooth seas fixed. Still having severe nausea and diarrhea. What now, it has been a week since I broke the tooth.
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Have identified ale , chicken soup any Imodium. Dr. Gave me antibiotics for infectiont nausea and diarrhea to go away. Can't eat anything without diabetes and losing what I ate.
Asked On : Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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Hello and welcome.

Thanks for sharing your concern.

I would like to suggest you to see your dentist soon.An x ray is required to see the extent of damage caused.

Please mention your age.?so that better diagnosis can be made in terms of eruption of teeth.

secondly please do not correlate other illness like nausea and diarrhoeas with broken teeth.your physician can help you in this.

Please see your dentist soon so that clinical evaluation can be done and then if required a root canal treatment.

Hope it helps.
Take care.
Answered: Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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