What type of Medicine for toothache while pregnant?

Answer Plain tylenol. Do not exceed the recommended dose. You should also visit a dentist.

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What is a good medicine for a toothache?

On One Hand: Over-The-Counter RemediesAcetaminophen and ibuprofen are good medicines for toothache pain according to the University of Michigan Health System. Ibuprofen is an anti-inflammatory drug... Read More »

What can you take for toothache when pregnant?

The best thing when pregnant is always to go natural Home remedy for toothache: Dip a cotton wool or a q-tip with a bit of brandy/ arrack/ cognac, put on the aching tooth. Cook asparagus root in w... Read More »

Question for women. toothache or child birth I was to;d today that toothache is worse. What do you think?

I would imagine if both were drug free that toothache would be worse. I have had six children, the first boy (9lb 30z) was excrutiatingly painful even though i had everything i could including an e... Read More »

What type of medicine is Celebrex?

The prescription medication celecoxib sells under the brand name Celebrex in the United States. Celebrex treats osteoarthritis-related pain and inflammation, rheumatoid arthritis and painful menstr... Read More »