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I have bad toothache in the tooth that i had root canal treatment done in...OUCH!! I have an appointment with the dental hospital on tuesday. What do others use painkiller wise for toothache? I can… Read More
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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
I have bad toothache in the tooth that i had root canal treatment done in...OUCH!! I have an appointment with the dental hospital on tuesday.

What do others use painkiller wise for toothache? I can't bear the thought of a whole weekend in pain :o(
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#1
Just spent 3 hours having the scale scraped off the teeth under my gums, I'm using Syndol!

Oh and the dentist told me to rub Sensodyne toothpast onto my gums - don't rinse!
#2
soluble solpadeine.

swish it round your mouth for AGES in the vicinity of the pain, acts as a local anaesthetic.

remember you can also take ibuprofen in tandem with paracetamol based products, albeit on a short term basis.

you could cycle them 2 hourly if the pain is bad.

wash them down with some booze if you wanna get a sleep too :)
#3
grex9101
soluble solpadeine.

swish it round your mouth for AGES in the vicinity of the pain, acts as a local anaesthetic.

remember you can also take ibuprofen in tandem with paracetamol based products, albeit on a short term basis.

you could cycle them 2 hourly if the pain is bad.

wash them down with some booze if you wanna get a sleep too :)


Nooo.....booze and paracetamol = liver damage
Oil of cloves is ment to be good, never tried it myself though
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oil_of_cloves
#4
I have always used salty water..strange I know but it does work..luke warm water in a glass , add enough salt so that it is very salty, rinse in your mouth several times.
#5
The thought of the drill is going to give me nightmares this weekend! :cry:

Oh well, the only thing good about it all is that the dentist is dishy so staring at him will take my mind of what he is doing!! :w00t:
#6
put an asprin on the area of pain - old fashioned method that usually works
#7
octobergirl
put an asprin on the area of pain - old fashioned method that usually works


allergic to aspirin...it sets off my rare medical condition :-( But thanks for the advice and to everyone else.

Keep them coming cos surely there must be one that involves haribos???!!! :-D
#8
yeah the salt water is good, and a paracetamol orhalf straight on the tooth also works???? feel soryy for you, i hate tootheache
#9
fern37
allergic to aspirin...it sets off my rare medical condition :-( But thanks for the advice and to everyone else.

Keep them coming cos surely there must be one that involves haribos???!!! :-D

Mmmm think that may be where you've been going wrong!
#10
sorry about the spelling. wont help your tooth though:?
#11
lukekey
yeah the salt water is good, and a paracetamol orhalf straight on the tooth also works???? feel soryy for you, i hate tootheache


Ok...how do you hold a paracetamol to an upper tooth?? And i hate the taste of it when it starts to disintegrate....vile taste. May have to do the salt water....
#12
Taken an ibuprofen tonight for toothach.. together with half a bottle of wine. Pain almost gone..
A brandy before bed as well helps..
#13
you simply hold it against the upper tooth :P prepare to drool !
#14
salt water will just keep infection at bay, it wont provide pain relief ( but it will stop infection therefor stopping the pain getting worse) Have you no teething remedies? Bonjella? ambasol? Seriously take painkillers like grex recommended the paracetamol/ibuprofen combination and see if you can get some clove oil, a little on cotton wool against the offending tooth should help.
#15
Co-codamol!!! I had a reacurring tooth abcess that did me in! I found that sopladine killed it, but I was nearly throwing up trying to drink it!!! Co-codamol is paracetamol and codine, and is brill, and you can get it over the counter! My local asda has its own brand, so it costs very little as well. Good stuff when you are in pain!:thumbsup:
#16
Ice pack :)
#17
chrysha
Mmmm think that may be where you've been going wrong!


Can't ever go wrong with haribos!! lol I have some mini packets and i am trying to resist them. I could hold one between my teeth tightly and hope the pressure helps the pain??

My friend's little girl who is 9 had toothache last week and couldn't sleep through the night despite painkillers so she got out of bed and sat in the living room for 3 hours. Next morning...she presented my friend with the filling that she had pulled out!!! OUCH! Kids have amazing ways of dealing with pain unlike wimpish me.
#18
rockyfella
Taken an ibuprofen tonight for toothach.. together with half a bottle of wine. Pain almost gone..
A brandy before bed as well helps..


now that's more like it :w00t:
#19
dmh77
Co-codamol!!! I had a reacurring tooth abcess that did me in! I found that sopladine killed it, but I was nearly throwing up trying to drink it!!! Co-codamol is paracetamol and codine, and is brill, and you can get it over the counter! My local asda has its own brand, so it costs very little as well. Good stuff when you are in pain!:thumbsup:


been taking that and hasn't taken the pain away at all.
#20
anbesol is what i use - just make sure you ask for anbesol at the chemists, and not anusol. big difference :)
#21
stingersplash
anbesol is what i use - just make sure you ask for anbesol at the chemists, and not anusol. big difference :)


lol
#22
fern37
been taking that and hasn't taken the pain away at all.


oooh errr.... it must be bad!!! The clove oil thing didn't work for me, and had the added downside of tasting baaaad! I dunno then.... sorry! ( I thought I had it nailed on the pain relief... I took two paracetamol and went to bed an hour before my son was born cos the hospital said I wasn't ready!!!:w00t: Never even saw the gas n air till I was done!! Boo hiss!!!:x Ended up giving birth in the car!!??)
#23
fern37
Ok...how do you hold a paracetamol to an upper tooth?? And i hate the taste of it when it starts to disintegrate....vile taste. May have to do the salt water....


Stand on your head. :w00t:

fern37
Can't ever go wrong with haribos!! lol I have some mini packets and i am trying to resist them. I could hold one between my teeth tightly and hope the pressure helps the pain??

My friend's little girl who is 9 had toothache last week and couldn't sleep through the night despite painkillers so she got out of bed and sat in the living room for 3 hours. Next morning...she presented my friend with the filling that she had pulled out!!! OUCH! Kids have amazing ways of dealing with pain unlike wimpish me.


A 9 year old with a filling. Definitely put the Haribos away. :w00t:
#24
Get well soon :p
#25
Wear a tight pair of shoes and go for a walk - will take your mind off your toothache!! lol
#26
dontdothatagain
Get well soon :p


Thought you'd gone?!!
#27
try clove oil from chemist
#28
Oil of cloves is very good, just rub in onto the gum .
(Very strong smell but worth it ! )

also Anbesol http://www.netdoctor.co.uk/medicines/100003636.html
#29
lukekey;2459599
yeah the salt water is good, and a paracetamol orhalf straight on the tooth also works???? feel soryy for you, i hate tootheache


:thumbsup: Cannot possibly work. The ingredient in paracetamol has to get into the gut to have any effect.

Would be better off trying to hold a small piece of chalk there, would probably taste better too:roll:
#30
I've just had four wisdom teeth pulled out so got the pain and uncomfortable stitches all over the place.

The painkillers I was given made me sick so I'm cycling paramol and ibuprofen every two hours - taking a nap after taking the paramol really seems to speed up the effect (at least for me, always wake up with the pain gone). The salt water idea is good too, always improves matters.
#31
I'm afraid I agree about the paracetamol on the tooth not working. Oh and if you get rid of the pain make sure you keep topped up on painkillers, don't think it will be ok and let it come back.
#32
Rinse with Corsodyl mouth wash - get the mint because the original has a really bad taste.
#33
I know it sounds stupid but I brush my teeth with Palmolive Soap and my teeth are pearly white and the Sensitivity I had with toothpaste is gone. If your not afraid try it. Look up tooth soap.
#34
dontdothatagain
Get well soon :p


Thank you :-D
#35
Have been taking co codamol regularly and just now it has eased a bit so will continue on them. Sore eating on that side...had to wait for my cornflakes to go soggy! lol Thank you for all the advice. Will stock up on anbesol and clove oil in case it happens again.
#36
[QUOTE=Jumpingphil]Stand on your head. :w00t:

I got a headache from doing that!! :w00t:
#37
DON'T use clove oil - it rots the tooth.

It may provide temporary pain relief but it' ll dissolve your tooth. Not a good idea.
#38
Take a mouthfull of whisky and hold it over the affected area for as long as you can, it numbs it. Works and is quite pleasant too :thumbsup:

Hope it eases up for you soon
#39
grex9101
DON'T use clove oil - it rots the tooth.

It may provide temporary pain relief but it' ll dissolve your tooth. Not a good idea.

as good as your water powered car theory!!!
do your research!:-D

Clove oil
#40
bellabonkers
as good as your water powered car theory!!!
do your research!:-D

Clove oil


Do YOUR research instead of posting stuff without reading it:

from your link:

"clove oil is toxic to human cells. If ingested in sufficient quantity or injected, it has been shown to cause life-threatening complications, including Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome, Fulminant Hepatic (Liver) Failure, and Central Nervous System Depression"



Indeed, many dentist DO warn against clove oil usage as it irritates the gum and can actually rot gum tissue hence directly leading to tooth erosion.


So, BellaBONKERS - GET YOUR FACTS RIGHT.

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