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My mother is having molar pain since 4 days. She is 46 years old. She is taking amoxyclav 375, diclofenac potassium paracetamol and chlorzoxazone tablet and rabidoc 20. Pain becomes less after taking the medicine but when the effects of medicine lessen, pain starts again. Can you please tell some medication.

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Keep it clean warm salt water rinse will help amoxyclac should be 625. 3 times a day for 5 days n pain killer 3 times a day not empty stomach. As soon as possible consult dentist as its temporary relief.
You need root canal treatment & crown of her molar tooth immediately along with artificial enamel fillings for rest of the teeth. Advise medication for not more than 6 days. Home remedy until then apply clove oil, chew garlic clove chew a few slices of raw onion chew 1 or 2 tender guava leaves rub some peppermint oil on the painful area. Leave it on for a few minutes, then rinse your mouth with warm salt water. Paste of powdered ginger and red (cayenne) pepper. Peppermint tea salt water gargle try an acupressure technique to stop tooth pain fast. Switch to the softest-bristled brush a warm, wet tea bag is a standard folk remedy and give you temporary relief. Covering the exposed area with softened sugar free chewing gum.
Halleo. There is no medication that can entirely rescue the dental pain. It has to be combined with treatment then there will be result. The power of medicine last up to a maximum of 12 hours. Please do visit a dentist once this lock down is finished. Mean while use keterol. Dt .15 tabs. Every 8th hourly and colgate pain out ointment on to the tooth every 6th hourly. And warm luke saline water as a mouth wash. Hope a speedy recovery if you still want to give more details about the patient. Please do have a private chat on Lybrate.
In such kind of cases a proper diagnosis is must by x ray and clinical check up. Having a medicine for a long time is not at all the remedy for any problem. Try to take an appointment with your dentist.
I understand difficulty you are facing in this tuff time. You should avoid taking hot or cold food intake. Also avoid chewing from that side as pain may worsen. It will be helpful for her if she brush in that region after having any meals. Taking prolong medicines is not good idea. Medicines prescribed by doctor after checkup can be effective for her as it is given after assessment of the causitive factors and present situation. You can contact for online consultation I will be happy to help.
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