How To Deal With Toothache For Hepatitis Sufferers?
toothache medicine for adults. but I have had hepatitis, what medicine can I take.
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Toothache can occur due to various reasons. Frequently, this condition occurs because of problems with the teeth or gums, for example cavities, gum inflammation, periodontitis, dental abscesses, gum recession, tooth impaction, and so on. Or, this toothache can also arise due to problems in other places, for example sinusitis, jaw joint disorders, trigeminal neuralgia, migraines, and so on. Treatment for toothache can vary depending on the underlying cause. Therefore, in order to get optimal treatment, you should first check with your dentist.
You can do early treatment for toothache before seeing a dentist by taking pain medication. There are many types of painkillers. However, what is safe for you to consume without a prescription from a doctor is paracetamol. You can take this medicine first as an initial treatment. You may repeat paracetamol every 4 to 6 hours to relieve pain. This drug is safe for consumption by former hepatitis sufferers. What is important, you make sure that you do not have a history of allergies to paracetamol.
Not only taking pain medication, so that the pain in your teeth decreases, also do the following steps:
Gargle with salt solution
Brush your teeth thoroughly using fluoride toothpaste
Avoid consuming food that is too hard, too hot, and too cold
Don't make it a habit to go to sleep right after eating (without brushing your teeth)
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