Please help!! I started feeling pain in my mouth yesterday (Friday), I wasn't even sure where it was coming from. Last night, it localized in my tooth and it is SOOOO painful I could not sleep at all! Of course, now it is the weekend and I can't see a dentist til Monday afternoon, at the earliest.
Has anyone had a toothache during pregnancy (or anytime) and found anything that worked to relieve the pain, even temporarily?? I honestly feel like I will NOT be able to make it til Monday, this is one of the worst pains I have ever felt. = (
Besides Tylenol, I don't even know what to try. Suggestions, please!
I actually had an impacted tooth when I was 15 weeks pregnant. I went to my dentists and they ended up pulling the tooth with local anesthetic. I would definitely try oragel or a tooth desensatizer. That might take care of some of the pain until you can get to see your dentist. I hope this helps!
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