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Suggest treatment for tooth pain

My wife is taking hifenac P for the last 3/4-days for tooth related problems. First day the pain subsided for almost 8 hrs. But gradually the effects are wearing off & now she is taking around 5-tabs in 24-hrs. I find her sleepy / weak. She has also started taking Xceft200 2cap/day since yesterday. But pains arestill continuing & the reason why she has to continue taking hifenacP. She is getting weak. What should I do.
Fri, 5 Sep 2014
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Well come to HCM
Most of the time tooth ache does not responds to analgesic and this need to be managed it self with the teeth some local anesthetic agent some time is the option for this, still you can try Tab Acetaminophen and Aceclofenac three times in day, if symptoms does not improved then see the dentist, take care.
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Suggest treatment for tooth pain

HI Well come to HCM Most of the time tooth ache does not responds to analgesic and this need to be managed it self with the teeth some local anesthetic agent some time is the option for this, still you can try Tab Acetaminophen and Aceclofenac three times in day, if symptoms does not improved then see the dentist, take care.