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38 WEEKS PREGNANT AND HAVE A SEVERE TOOTHACHE!! Heaven's Mommy Due December 10 (girl); 1 child; Orlando, Florida 124 posts
27th Nov '10

I HAVE A SEVERE TOOTHACHE THAT KEEPS COMING BACK...ESPECIALLY AT NIGHT. I TOOK SO MUCH TYLENOL MY BABY DIDN'T MOVE UNTIL LATE MORNING. SHE'S OK NOW OF COURSE BUT MY TOOTH HAS A HOLE IN IT...AND IS SENSTIVE...IM ALWAYS IN PAIN...NO DENTAL INSURANCE BUT PREGNANCY MEDICAID...WHAT AM I SUPPOSE TO DO? PULL IT OUT MYSELF?? I CAN'T EVEN EAT ANYTHING...:oops:

TwoTimesThePink♥ 34 kids; Washington 15367 posts
27th Nov '10

Do not pull it out yourself!!!!

user banned 3 kids; Los Angeles, California 54034 posts
27th Nov '10

Do you have any fresh garlic on hand? If so slice a clove in half and let it sit on the tooth. It works.

Mommy of 2 + 1 angel 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Pearl, Mississippi 19328 posts
27th Nov '10
Quoting Heaven's Mommy:
It's Ashleyyyy! 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Savannah, Georgia 14297 posts
27th Nov '10

Pregnancy medicaid also comes with dental you just have to find a dentist who will accept it. If it hurts that bad go to the ER and they can assist you.

user banned 66 kids; Texas 80435 posts
27th Nov '10

Whoa stop taking so many tylenol mama! Pregnancy medicaid also covers dental mama. Call around to some dentists offices and ask them do they accept it. Also, call the medicaid number to get a dentist.

B( o )( o )BS! 3 kids; Oregon 25900 posts
27th Nov '10

You need to be careful with the tylenol!

Mommy of 2 + 1 angel 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Pearl, Mississippi 19328 posts
27th Nov '10

wish I knew about medicaid covering dental while I was pregnant. I had wisdom teeth coming in. :( And they still are.

Heaven's Mommy Due December 10 (girl); 1 child; Orlando, Florida 124 posts
27th Nov '10
Quoting Mommy of 2 + 1 angel:
user banned 66 kids; Texas 80435 posts
27th Nov '10

Do NOT exceed more than 8 tylenol pills a day.

Siempre Bella Due February 1; 1 child; California 2534 posts
27th Nov '10
Quoting Dr. Paradigm Shift:“ Do you have any fresh garlic on hand? If so slice a clove in half and let it sit on the tooth. It works.”



I never heard of using garlic cloves but actual cloves have a soothing affect. I'm on my way to becoming an RDA and we use clove oil in our temporary restorations to calm the pulp of the tooth relieving pain

Heaven's Mommy Due December 10 (girl); 1 child; Orlando, Florida 124 posts
27th Nov '10
Quoting B( o )( o )BS! {INT}:
Mommy of 2 + 1 angel 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Pearl, Mississippi 19328 posts
27th Nov '10
Quoting Heaven's Mommy:
It's Ashleyyyy! 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Savannah, Georgia 14297 posts
27th Nov '10
Quoting Heaven's Mommy:
Heaven's Mommy Due December 10 (girl); 1 child; Orlando, Florida 124 posts
27th Nov '10
Quoting Keisha