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I'm allergic to mefenamic acid,what should I take when I have a toothache?? except of mefenamic?

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Marvell 20 Dec 2009

If you are are allergic to mefenamic acid, then it is highly likely that you are allergic to other anti-inflammatory drugs. So you can take acetaminophen. If that doesn't help please see your dentist and they may be able to prescribe something stronger, such as tramadol.

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