Toothache Medicine For Heartburn Sufferers?
I want to ask, my mother has a toothache accompanied by swollen gums. But my mother also had a severe heartburn. When I had a toothache my mother used to take Ponstan medicine, but the side effects were my mother felt short of breath. So I want to ask what toothache medicine can be consumed for patients with ulcers that do not cause shortness of breath or other effects. Thank you for the answer Doctor
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Pain medications in general and are mostly found with NSAIDs, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Where the effect of reducing pain by inhibiting pain-carrying substances called by mediators. So what is inhibited is a jalurr called COX. For drug classification, drugs occur with classification
COX 1 usually has side effects on the stomach but protect against the heart types are ketorolac, aspirin, indomethacin, piroxicam.
COX 2 usually protects the stomach but has side effects on the heart it is usually in the form of celecoxibm meloxicam, diclofenac.
However, for the maintenance of medication and adjusting the dose should be consulted with your doctor first because it can be seen in advance the physical condition of your mother and the dose needed for your mother.
But actually the pain can be overcome by other ways such as
compress with a warm towel
Clean the tooth area well to prevent deterioration in the form of infection
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