Panadol medicine can make a toothache swollen
thank you so much to HealthReplies.com
the drug you mentioned is a pain reliever (analgesic) and fever-lowering (antipyretic) containing paracetamol as the main active ingredient.
where paracetamol is an analgesic and antipyretic drug that is often used to relieve headaches, mild pain and fever.
so the medicine you use can be to relieve the pain of your toothache because it contains analgesics (pain relievers) but you have to take it according to the rules in the packaging or as directed by your doctor.
but you should immediately consult a dentist to check your pain. so the doctor can do a direct examination and handle your illness appropriately. and always do a dental check every 6 months.
There are several things you can do to reduce the pain that you feel at home
gargling with salt water ice compress: apply the compress to the painful cheek for 15 minutes. garlic nails: how to peel one clove of garlic then cut or cut in half. then place it on the diseased tooth or the onion. because garlic has an antibacterial effect so the info that I can give may be useful