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Refrigerated Teething Ring Medication
How long till teething pain stops? My doctor told me my 6 month old is starting to go through teething, and so far nothing I do seems to help except using the refrigerated rings. How long can I expect this to continue for?
Is using tylenol (acetaminophen) okay for a 4 month old teething baby? I have tried every other remedy that doesn't included medication. Nothing has worked.
7 month old daughter has a post nasal drip and a runny nose. what medication could be given? she is also teething
Rhinitis : She first needs to be assessed to determine if the cause is allergy related, viral infection or bacterial infection. Treatment is different for all 3 causes. See your Family Practitioner who will assist with this. ...Read more
Baby 7 months GP diagnosed viral throat infection Medication Zithromax, Rinex+Mucospect, Adco Mefenamic Acid. 2 days now baby not feeding milk, only purity , but very minimum , I can't tell if it's throat or teething gums , please advise ?
Time to rethink meds: Any infant with a "viral" sore throat does not need an antibiotic and Zithromax can cause gastrointestinal irritation and poor feeding in anyone at any age. I see no reason for any of the other listed meds either with this diagnosis. The problem that will get baby in trouble is dehydration, which will happen if fluid needs aren't met. This may be from the meds. ...Read more
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What is the best way to assist a teething baby? I have been giving her paracetamol, rubbing with teething powder and a frozen teething ring AM and PM.
Consult Pedo: Consult a local Pedodontist (Pediatric Dentist) to make sure it's not more than teething pain and for other suggestions. Most likely the "pain" is worse for you than your child. This too shall pass, although as a parent I know how hard it is to see your precious child uncomfortable. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
A telephone: Call your Dentist for an examination. At 20 you shouldn't have sensitive teeth. Have your Dentist determine the cause (gum recession, cavities, fractures or abfractures, pernicious habits like grinding/clenching, malocclusion, damage from eating disorder, damage from drug use, systemic disease, neurological impairment, etc.) Once cause is determined, proper treatment can be administered. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tooth Discoloration: Several medications lead to tooth discoloration as a side effect. Mouth rinses like chlorhexidine and cetylpyridinium chloride can stain teeth. Antihistamines, antipsychotic drugs, and drugs for high blood pressure also cause teeth discoloration. Never discontinue the use of a medication without consulting your doctor first. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
NO: Over the counter "white strips" is the closest you'll get to whitening your teeth without seeing a dentist. Whitening tooth pastes have minimal effect, so need to face the reality that for the best results there are no short cuts to whiter teeth. If that's what you want, schedule an appointment with a dentist. You'll be amazed by the results! ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
I don't grind my teeth at all then what could b the cause of my teeth two front ones turning kinda transparent near the tips?? No medications at all..
Wisdom Teeth: Sometimes wisdom teeth are valuable asset when healthy and properly aligned, but more often, they are misaligned and require removal. The removal of wisdom teeth is one of the most common procedures at ages 15-24. See your dentist for evaluation and x-rays. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Im having a lesion after my upper second molar teeth...its like 3 white dots after second molar..how can i fix it? What medication is to be taken?
Depends: The amount and type of pain medication required by an individual following wisdom teeth surgery varies from patient to patient. Some patients take only over the counter analgesics, i.e., ibuprofen, Aspirin or Acetaminophen for a day or two, while others may require or request multiple prescriptions for pain meds. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not really: Teeth grinding or clenching, called bruxism can cause painful aches in the upper jaw, wear and tear on the teeth and sometimes poor sleep. The guard is the first line for bruxism. Medications are only helpful in some cases and are prescribed a by a physician. Sometimes, bruxism may be associated with increased levels of stress and addressing that may be helpful. ...Read moreSee 8 more doctor answers
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