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dental problem

So i been 3 day with a toothache. my whole left side is swollen i can't eat i can't talk i cabt eveb turn my head to the side cause it hurts me I'm 15 wks pregnant and i have a problem w my insurance is from.NY and in the state that i live now the doc don't accept it cause is out of state i have and appoitment to chanqe it on November 6 with out that i can't have a prenatal care. I'm in to much pain should i go to emergency or what should i do i been drinking tylenol, oral gel , iron but is not helping at all since i haven't eat nothing i think is causing problem w the baby whatt should i do. HELP please lady's :(
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Go to the emergency room they will take u give u meds let them kno u dont hve insurance right now .. they will let u kno about hospital medical .. they will provide u with 1 month emergency medical ... but let them kno u are pregnant
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It's very important to have that checked out. The infection from the tooth can travel into your blood steam and into your heart. Never take toothaches lightly, especially if you can't move your neck/head. Pregnant women are more prone to gum disease and infections. Make sure to also have one dental cleaning during your pregnancy. I paid for mine out of pocket, only cost $30 without xrays etc.
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Thanks lady's. I'm in the ER right now they checking me . They even gonna check the baby in casa something happen to him/her
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