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Toothache - Root canal needed

I have been having a lot of pain from my tooth #4 (right pre-molar) for the last 4 days. The dentist this morning said that I had an inflammation at the root of the tooth (I have a filling that goes only 3/4, missing 1/4 at the root) and that I need a root canal done. I have been taking some pellets as prescribed on the labels but I would like to know which ones I should keep taking together and how often (5 pellets 3 times a day)?
I got a new job and I have no dental coverage until Dec.1st :(

I have the following:
Phosphorus 30c
Pulsatilla 30c
Chamomilla 30c
Hepar Sulphuris Calcareum 30c
Beladonna 30c

Thank you.

  fandecine on 2007-10-29
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
please try
Hepersulph and Bell. for 2/3 days

dr. Mahfooz
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
My toothache is gone but still have some headache. I am wondering if this is not related to my acid reflux. Usually, I get different symptoms: burning sensation in my chest followed by sore throat, sinus infection and headache (always on the right side, with sometimes pain in my right leg and right arm). I have been using Nexium 40mg from time to time and it works great. Didn't use it for a while though. Might be my root cause. What do you think?
fandecine last decade

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