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You should call the dentist and let them know it's not getting better. They may need to give you stronger antibiotics or work on the tooth to get it feeling better. Your dentist will always put you on antibiotics for absessed teeth. By now the antibiotics should have done their job, and the tooth should be ready to either be pulled, or another method your dentist may feel is more convenient for you. Please go back to the dentist and if she/he refuses to pull it and you have taken your antibiotics faithfully and for the length of time requested by your dentist please ask to see an oral surgeon. There is absolutely no reason you cannot have emergency dental work done while pregnant. Good luck Marcy

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Q: What more can an 8 months pregnant woman with an absessed tooth who has been on amoxicillin and Tylenol for 5 days now and is still in severe pain do?
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