The Dosage Of Taking Ibuprofen And Amoxicillin Is To Treat Toothache?
At night, I have a toothache (abscess), can ibuprofen and yusimox be taken simultaneously, and what dose is it in a day?
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Ibuprofen is a drug from a class of NSAIDs or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs that can be given to reduce inflammation and pain. Yusimox is a drug containing amoxicillin which is an antibiotic from the beta lactam group that is given to overcome bacterial infections that are sensitive to this antibiotic. Both of these drugs are included in the class of hard drugs (drugs with a red circle label) that you should not use before you do a doctor's examination first. Both of these drugs you should also not be allowed to buy without using a prescription from a doctor.
If you experience an abscess in your gums, you should immediately check with the dentist. The dentist will likely perform an incision and drainage action on the abscess to remove pus in the abscess and your doctor will prescribe the painkillers and antibiotics you need. If indeed you also have holes in your teeth (which can be the cause of the appearance of abscesses in the gums), then your dentist will also perform further management of these teeth. If not managed properly, infection and abscesses can recur.
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