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Can u use indomethacin for tooth pain?

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Rajive Goel 8 Oct 2011

Indomethacin is a prescription medication that has been licensed to treat several conditions that cause pain, fever, inflammation, swelling, stiffness, or a combination of these.

Specific uses of this drug include the relief of: Osteoarthritis symptoms; rheumatoid arthritis symptoms; symptoms with ankylosing spondylitis; gout symptoms and shoulder pain, including pain caused by tendonitis or bursitis.

Doxycycline would be better for tooth pain, its an antibiotic, please do not take any - Indomethacin or Doxycycline without a docs prescription.

Take care, best wishes.

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