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    Wynice posted:
    Hi
    I have the worst Abscess I have ever had. This is my 1st pregnancy aand i am in my 1st trimester. My gum in the back is really swollen and the nevers are affected so bad that the swelling have moved down to my throat. It is very painful and I can hardly swollow my own saliva. So i haven't eaten for the morning which is bad but the pain is too much. Am i allowed to take Antibiatics during the first trimester.
     
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    babyj1017 responded:
    Ouch! Tooth/mouth pain is the worst! I would call your OB and ask what they would recommend you do. They may even write you a RX if necessary.

    Good luck, hope you get some relief soon!
    Jenny (31), DH (34), DD (5), DS (3), Newest Edition EDD 1/13/2013


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