BTW di you have an abcess (abscess) or something anf that's why they gave that to you. Just in case there is an infection you can also have dental work done at this time. I had an abcess (abscess) but I need actual oral surgery and they won't do it until after the babies are here because either I need IV sedation or they're going to use so much lidocaine they can't give me that amount while pregnant is what they say. But I think I would rather wait as wisodm teeth are coming out and eating may not be fun and that's all I want to do right now at 36 weeks :)
I am 6 weeks pregnant . My 2 children have come down with strep throat. My childrens doctor gave them meds and also gave me amoxicillian . I am sick but my throat doesn't hurt . I asked an ob at the hospitial just to make sure since my first apointment isnt untill 4 th of next month . They all told me it was perfectly safe.
40 and pregnant
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