Appropriate Treatment For Dealing With Wisdom Of Teething Teeth?
At night, my wisdom teeth grow, I am 22 years old. I want to ask when I went to the dentist last month I was given an anti-pain medication (eflagen 50), now it’s relapsing again, but I went to the pharmacy but I was given Flamoxi and the benefits?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The medicine that you get from your dentist has generic potassium diclofenac content and what you get from a pharmacy has meloxicam. So that if in the womb, obviously these two drugs are different drugs.
But both have the same function, namely non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, and one of its performance is to reduce pain. So it's no problem using this drug to reduce pain. What you should know is that these drugs are included in prescription drugs, and ideally you should not use them without doctor's prescription and recommendation. So if you've already bought and your pain is unbearable, no problem you consume it but immediately check your condition to the dentist again. If there are problems checking your teeth at the same dentist, then it is no problem to change dentists.
In addition, what you can do to help reduce pain is gargling with warm salt water, and compressing the cheeks in the cold with cold compresses. So, hopefully answering your question.