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Comment some ways pls. i tried medicine but for whaever reason its only lasts a couple hours today
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when i was younger my grandma told me to put toothpaste inside/on the tooth that hurts, or around it.
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Ill try it. thanks
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OMFG dont get me started ive got a absese on my tooth always hurts ive booked up dentist so hopefully ill be fine try salt water or bonjela that will num it at least
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Brush teeth/mouthwash, salt water, oragel, don't drink too much soda and eat to much sugary or hard foods
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salt water and maybe like numbing spray
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You might not have any, but whiskey takes away the pain. I don't mean drinking until you're smashed, the drink itself helps numb the pain on your tooth.
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might have to go to the dentist

get it taken care of
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If u have cavities or anything that is causing ur toothache then id recommend seeing a dentist before the issue becomes larger and more costly $.
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