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Old 14 Apr 22, 07:45 AM  
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Try and get some corsodyl and just keep gargling with it, I just use it as and when rather than what's on the bottle hope you feel better x
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Old 14 Apr 22, 08:26 AM  
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Try and get some corsodyl and just keep gargling with it, I just use it as and when rather than what's on the bottle hope you feel better x
Unfortunately Corsodyl is prescription only in the U.S
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Old 14 Apr 22, 08:30 AM  
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I get these quite often with partially ruptured wisdom tooth leaving a flap of gum that debris can get caught under. This works for me with an infection.

Not cheap, but cheaper than dentist.

walmart/ip/Philips-S...X8332/50337131

And in UK I fill the reservoir with some Corsodyl origional mouthwash.

Then place the nozzle close to gum line of problem tooth / area of sore gum and do a few squirts to wash out the problem area. I see if I can get a tiny bit of blood in my spittle then stop the spraying and just take some of the mouthwash normally. Repeat each morning / night for couple of days and fingers crossed - helps me.

These contain the active ingredient but obviously go for mouthwash version:

walmart/search?q=chl...ne+digluconate
You can actually get a Corsodyl spray now so donít need to do it via anything else.
I got one on Amazon.
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There is an array of wonderful dental stuff over there and like has been said Oragel is great as will completely numb the area and it also fights infection.
Ibuprofen a few times a day too .
Hope you feel better soon.
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I literally feel your pain as I have an infection now after a horrible extractionÖ..you poor thingÖ.best thing for the pain has been orajel and clove oil diluted with a bit of vegetable oil (has to be diluted or it burns but it is fabulous). On antibiotics now tho . Feel for you good luck! X
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Oh no Kat I hope it's better soon x
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All you kind words and advice mean a lot so thank you again for them.

It seems to be easing off a bit now so hopefully on its way out?! Iíve managed to get some Orajel from the first aid services at Epcot yesterday, although not the strong stuff itís helping a little. Might try the gargling salt water if I canít get the other things mentioned.

To make matters worse the whole family burnt ourselves at Discovery Cove on our first day! Such a rookie error on my part. I didnít take sun cream as I didnít think we were allowed to use it cos of the marine animals (apparently you are allowed to use your own if not actually swimming with the Dolphins 🙄 ) so had to use thereís. The weather wasnít hot so also another underestimation! I might show you my legs if you like as thereís a solid red line where I had the wetsuit on! 😂

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Ahh, you're not having much luck with your burnt legs and gum infection . I hope it hasn't stopped you enjoying some tasty treats and all the lovely food.

As a teenager I suffered with very bad tonsilitis and the best thing for it was gargling with salt water, literally a tea spoon of salt and a couple of dessert spoons of water mixed. Do not swallow! It tastes pretty rank but it did ease the pain for a little while and will help if there's an infection.
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Originally Posted by Goldia View Post
Ahh, you're not having much luck with your burnt legs and gum infection . I hope it hasn't stopped you enjoying some tasty treats and all the lovely food.

As a teenager I suffered with very bad tonsilitis and the best thing for it was gargling with salt water, literally a tea spoon of salt and a couple of dessert spoons of water mixed. Do not swallow! It tastes pretty rank but it did ease the pain for a little while and will help if there's an infection.
Yes we are still enjoying ourselves, especially since the sunburns settled. Going to try that lovely sounding salt water solution later 🤮 Enjoying sitting around the hotel pool at the moment. 🥰

Weíve not let it spoil things. 😀

Iím really enjoying your pre-trippie by the way. 👍🏻 Itíll be nice to watch your plan unfold over the coming months once our trips over. ☹️

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My dentist always advises salt water washes for when my gum swells due to an unerruptedtooth.

Teaspoon of salt in hot as you can stand it water
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