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Can I use Magnesium salicylate tetrahydrate for a toothache?

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2 Aug 2010

It will help but there are other stronger pain relief options such as ibuprofen, which may help more. If your tooth needs to be extracted then I wouldn't recommend either of these as it may cause increased bleeding when the tooth is extracted.

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