thank u so much for your valuable advice, i was wondering what to do as the pain is little high in the night and i find it difficult to chew the food properly thanks much i have decided to visit the dentist tomorrowView Thread
am on my first trimester of pregnancy and a few days back i noticed that i have pain on a tooth which underwent root canal 7 years ago it is not a severe pain but when i try to chew food it gives a pain and i am scared to go to dentist because people tell its not safe to treat oral problems during pregnancy because it may harm the developing fetus i am worried and not sure what needs to be done, as of now i have stopped chewing using the left side as the infected tooth is at left side lower side
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