Why Is Cancer Medicine Given For Toothache?
I bought a toothache medicine at a pharmacy chemist pharmacy, given the drug brand Thyponisix blue in 3 capsules with Mefenamic acid 500mg from Grafamic. Recommended after eating. Is this Thyponisix medicine really for toothache? I’m searching for a use for cancer problems. Thank you
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First of all, you should try to find out in advance the cause of your toothache. If your toothache is caused by an infection of the teeth due to cavities, you should not only buy drugs at the pharmacy but also take medication to the dentist. Provision of pain medication such as Mefenamic Acid will only make the pain disappear for a while, and the pain will recur if the problematic teeth are not treated properly.
Mefenamic acid is included in the class of hard drugs that you should not use if you have not done a doctor's examination directly and you should also not be allowed to buy without a prescription from a doctor. Thyponisix itself is an herbal supplement that has never been recommended for people who are experiencing problems with their teeth or to reduce pain.
Some things you can do to help reduce pain:
take lighter and safer painkillers such as paracetamol cheek compresses on the affected tooth area with cold compresses gargling with salt water make sure to check with your dentist
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