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Im a diabetic and I have ulcerative colitis, I have a tooth ache, is there anything I can take for it.?
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Dr. Robert Cloud
Surgery - Colorectal
3 doctors agree
In brief: See your dentist
A toothache could indicate a tooth infection.
You should see a dentist.

In brief: See your dentist
A toothache could indicate a tooth infection.
You should see a dentist.
Dr. Robert Cloud
Dr. Robert Cloud
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Dr. Jeffrey Crespin
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
Tylenol (acetaminophen) with Codeine should not upset the ulcerative colitis and should be safe even if you are diabetic.
You do need to avoid non-steroidal drugs like motrin, aleve, naprosyn due to the ulcerative colitis. Discuss this with your doctor.

In brief: Yes
Tylenol (acetaminophen) with Codeine should not upset the ulcerative colitis and should be safe even if you are diabetic.
You do need to avoid non-steroidal drugs like motrin, aleve, naprosyn due to the ulcerative colitis. Discuss this with your doctor.
Dr. Jeffrey Crespin
Dr. Jeffrey Crespin
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Dr. Jeffrey Goldstein
Dentistry - Cosmetic
2 doctors agree
In brief: Dental appointment.
Ulcerative colitis does not mix well with pain killers or most antibiotics.
The very best thing to do is see the dentist quickly and have the toothache diagnosed as to what is causing it and then treat the cause.

In brief: Dental appointment.
Ulcerative colitis does not mix well with pain killers or most antibiotics.
The very best thing to do is see the dentist quickly and have the toothache diagnosed as to what is causing it and then treat the cause.
Dr. Jeffrey Goldstein
Dr. Jeffrey Goldstein
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