can cefuroxime axetil be used for a tooth infection?

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Answered: How can i treat an infected tooth?

Step 1 Look for swelling of the gums or cheeks as an early sign of infection. Some discoloration may be present as well. Step 2 Rinse the mouth three or four times daily with a mixture of 1 teaspoon salt and 1/2 liter warm water. Step 3 Apply cold packs to the cheek to minimize the ...

Answered: Does a tooth bleaching cause damage or sensitivity to the teeth?

Our home remedies for sensitive teeth stress dental care and warding off dental diseases.

Answered: Gum swelling 2 weeks after Wisdom Tooth Removal?

WebMD examines common problems with the gums, including soreness, swelling, and bleeding. Learn possible causes and find remedies to help keep your ...

Answered: Red eye and tooth pain

Yes and it can be very serious. It is a sign of a serious infection and requires attention. Cellulitis can follow untreated dental infections. Rarely, cavernous sinus thrombosis (see Orbital Diseases: Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis ) or Ludwig's angina (see Oropharyngeal Disorders: Submandibular Space ...

Answered: How to take cefuroxime 250 mg?

There should be directions on the prescription label. Cefuroxime tablets are normally taken twice a day, swallowed whole with a glass of water. If you have it as a liquid, it should be shaken up each time.

Answered: Whats the best medication to take when my cap fell off on a root canal

go to the dentist asap thats what i did...theyll pescribe you to medication in no time. the pain will be gone...infection demolished.
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If someone gets frequent yeast infections is there ...

It means you must keep cleaner, apply miconazole ointment to well around the affected area, and keep it on a week after the infection ceases. If you are in sweaty clothing that will not let the sun and air to get to your skin then it might never go away.

What could be the cause of frequent yeast infections? What is the best

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Psudamomas infection in knee

You didn't give a location (zip code would be enough) or what insurance coverage you have. If you are in an HMO you would have a list of their doctors available. If you are on Medicare, some doctors refuse it. If you are on Medicaid, many doctors refuse it.

Tooth Infection

You are infected with a resistant bacteria, most likely caused by doctors overprescribing antibiotics over the years. Some doctors even prescribe antibiotics for viruses just to appease their patients. Even Dr. Kelly, the worlds worst veterinarian, knows better than that.