extreme toothache. ashelyn & autumn Due March 20; 2 kids; Prince Edward Island 247 posts10th Dec '12
i have been having an extremely painful toothache for the last few hours. i have been having them off and on for the last few months but i can't seem to shake this one. my doc told me the baby is taking calcium from my body which is what's causing them so he told me to drink lots of milk and usually it works but it's not tonight and I have tried everything else i can think of. ive tried cold air hot air, salt rinse, tylenol in small doses, i've tried to rest but it's too painful to sleep, and ive tried orajel and nothing will work. is there anything else i can try??
andthesenights 1 child; Virginia 4358 posts10th Dec '12
Are you sure you don't have a cavity or infected tooth?
Brooke Rambo 34 kids; Warner Robins, Georgia 135 posts10th Dec '12
I use to work for an oral surgeon and we saw pregnant women all the time. You might want to get your tooth checked out. Like post above, something could actually be wrong. I know a lot of women who had issues when they were pregnant. Might wanna get it checked out before it gets bad! Good luck, hope you feel better though!