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i had a tooth pulled and it is a dry socket,after 11 days im still in very bad pain and cant sleep,i have been given ponstan forte 500mg will this help the pain as i cant stand it anymore

PAST HISTORY : I HAVE TAKEN A COURSE OF AMOXILLAN 500MG FOR THIS AND DICLOFENIC THAT MADE ME SICK ANY HELP WOULD BE GOOD

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Dry socket usually forms when blood clot in the healing area is dislodged and infected with some debris...

Your dentist or oral surgeon may flush the socket to remove any food particles or other debris that may contribute to pain or infection

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