It is typically safe for pregnant women to take opiates during pregnancy. Often doctors hesitate to prescribe other types of drugs because of the risks. When under a doctors care opiate analgesics are a good option.
I work in a dental office. Tylenol and Vicodin are usually safe - ask your dentist and OB/GYN for specifics.
If you mean for pain, normally Tylenol #3...or Tylenol with codeine!
TYLENOL! Tylenol will help ease the pain if it still has pain after the Tylenol then i recommend seeing the doctor asap!
Try heat and/or ice packs. Why hasn't your dentist pulled this tooth for you??? Should be easy I would think; talk to your Dr and dentist.
Yes, very normal I've had 11 teeth pulled and i realized that every tooth next to each spot where tooth was hurt so I suggest Advil or Tylenol.
Tylenol is allowed, anything else you have to ask your doctor about. And you should get that tooth fixed since you can't take strong painkillers and leaving it will make it worse. It can also cause a infection.
if you already past your 1st trimester you can get your tooth treated but ask your obgyn i work in a dental and we have treated pregnant women for tooth aches but with a dr. concent
Yes, depends how badly it's broken and how much money you want to spend.
Try biting into an apple, and if that scares you can gently wiggle it with your tongue. Sometimes it will even fall out on its own. My daughter Z'nnya had a loose tooth and it made her have headaches every day, so I gave her Tylenol, and the pain stopped about 2-3 hours later. I reccomend using Tylenol for any loose teeth. You should try using it because it is worth its cost. I get my Tylenol from Wal-Mart on the medicine aisle. There are other medicines that work good, but not as great as Tylenol. Try Tylenol, and if you dont like it (which I know you will) try another brand.
Every one is different. When I was pregnant I did not have a sweet tooth until I was in my third trimester. The slight cramps could be pre-menstural cramps.
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No it doesnt hurt the baby in anyway when you pull out a tooth from a pregnant lady.
Yes and it would probably be worse leaving it.
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It is only safe if it is prescribed by a dentist who is aware the patient is pregnant.
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ibuprofen and Tylenol work well also there are these Q-tip type things you can get at Walgreen's from the brand ORA-GEL they get rid of tooth aches instantly. I used them when i was going to have a root canal. They work
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Talk to your Dr first and make sure your dentist knows that you are pregnant.
I had one wisdom tooth pulled while I was 5 months pregnant and it hurt really bad! First of all i had to have an X-ray so they put 4 of those vests on me and then since they couldn't give me novacaine they gave me lidocaine which is like nothing! I felt my tooth crack!! It hurt so bad. Then because I was pregnant, I wasn't allowed to take anything but tylenol. I might as well been popping tic tacs because the pain was excrutiating for days! If I were you I'd do my best to wait. Unless the pain is that unbearable. Sorry Im just being honest.
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Get the tooth fixed by a doctor. Tylenol and Advil may help, but until you get the infection removed, it will keep hurting (unless the nerve in the tooth dies. But when that happens, it's probably a deep cavity and you'll need a root canal to fix it.)
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It should not last longer than a couple of days.. Your dentist should have given you a prescription for Tylenol 3, gargle with a little warm salt water this will speed up the recovery and take some ordinary Tylenol or asperine.