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Please Help, throbbing toothache

I have a throbbing tooth ache on the right side, in between my second and third molar. The right cheek is slightly swollen, also I feel there is some decaying of the roots involved. The gum around the area is swollen. So is the gum around the same area on my left side, but the pain is comparatively non existent.
Could someone please suggest me a remedy? Thank you very much.
[message edited by Buink on Fri, 13 Jan 2017 13:37:06 UTC]
  Buink on 2017-01-13
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
If roots are decaying it means the nerves of tooth are dying and homeopathy cannot fix dying roots or nerves.

You either get a root canal or have tooth extracted. You need to see the dentist right away.

For pain now, mix kali mur 6x, ferrum phos6x, mag phos6x, cal sulph 6x
And Silicea 6x. Take 3 tabs of each and dissolve into a cup of water.

Take small sips of this every couple hours. This will help but it will not cure. The tooth will die and break off eventually if no dental work.
[message edited by simone717 on Fri, 13 Jan 2017 15:33:37 UTC]
simone717 6 years ago
I've had great luck with UNDAs for this type of situation.
Lady Nada 6 years ago

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