Use Of Diclofenac Potassium To Treat Swollen Gums?
I want to ask the recommendation for using the drug diclofenac potassium a day how many times, right, how many hours are there, for swollen teeth, is it okay or not?
Hello Erha, Thank you for the question.
Do you mean swollen gums? Have you seen a dentist to find out what causes swollen gums? Swollen gums can be caused by the following health conditions:
inflammation of the gums periodontitis Some of the side effects of the drug that can arise include peptic ulcers, stomach ulcers, stomach pain, nausea, dizziness, chest pain, constipation. This drug is generally used to treat pain in joints or muscles. Regarding the dosage of taking this drug, you should first consult with your doctor because the use of this drug depends on the condition you are experiencing. Another step that you must take is to immediately consult a dentist so that the doctor can carry out an examination of your teeth to determine the cause of the swollen gums. If you don't know the cause, your doctor can't decide which treatment is right for you. Please you get checked out soon.
Meanwhile, avoid brushing your teeth too vigorously. Maintain dental hygiene by brushing your teeth regularly, twice a day. You can use an anti-pinch mouthwash. Don't forget to increase your consumption of water, especially after eating.
Hope this helps.