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09/06/2013 at 20:59
A couple of weeks ago I thought I had an ulcer at the back of my mouth than approx three weeks ago realsied that it was a tooth comign through. It is doing so exceotionally slowly as it tears through my gum. I have jaw pain and teeth pain anyway but really don't need this on top of everything else. It is sweet agongy chewing. Arrrgggghhhhh. Can't take iurpofen or anythign like that as I can't ahve them. But imagine they would help massivley. Can't stand the taste of bon jela either I'll pop to the chemist tomorrow I think but any tips of what to look for would be appreciated
09/06/2013 at 21:01
Anbesol I think is better than bonjela. Sorry to hear you are in pain, hope it comes through quickly, is it a wisdom tooth??
09/06/2013 at 21:03
D'oh! Anbesol is what I used on the kids Yep it is a wisdom tooth - not sure what that is supposed to signify! In previous x-rays they ahev alwasy been sideways on so not sure how it will/is coming in!
Oh and it has taken nearly two months now for just oen corner to nto fully come through. Ideally can I wake up tomorrow with it all the way through please?
Urgh, I suffer badly with ulcers, they're bloomin' horrid.
One of the best things I've used is Difflam spray (you'll have to ask the chemist for it) - not specifically for ulcers but was once prescribed by a doctor after I'd tried so many other things and really helps - it has a little nozzle so you can direct it far back in your mouth too.
Actually, just looked it up and it's an NSAID - does that mean you can't have it??
09/06/2013 at 21:05
It's not an ulcer Deedee, it's a new tooth! And yes that means I can't have it All the best pain killers are NSAIDs - well I think they are fab anyway.
09/06/2013 at 21:08
Sorry, yes you did say it wasn't an ulcer, but Difflam spray is for general mouth pains, although no use to you anyway.
Anbesol liquid is my next go to for ulcers so might help (couldn't have the Difflam spray when pg so used that instead). Hope you find something to help it x
Actually having had a good poke in my mouth and it is coming in sideway That means it will be a non-keeper doesn't it? What bloomin use will that be unless it sorts itself out?
09/06/2013 at 21:11
Sounds like you'll need it removed then unfortunately. I'd give the dentist a call tomorrow if I was you x
09/06/2013 at 21:18
NOOOOOOOOOOOO! I really want to keep it I've had two wisdom teeth removed and then the dentist accidentally killed another tooth. If I kept this one I'd be even Blast!
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