Lately I have been suffering with toothache, this is a pain which I just cant stand, I am like a bear with a sore head which my hubby and kids will definately vouch for lol, although I am in the process of getting work done to my teeth, I couldn't get an appointment with my dentist straight away, I have to wait for another three days, which I dont think I could manage to do without the help of some decent painkillers.
Where to purchase
The problem that is causing the pain is that I need a filling, I have a tempory tooth repair kit, so I used that which helped the pain a great deal although there was still some pain there, so I went to Tesco and I came across Nurofen Express painkillers, having used Nurofen before I knew that they relieved pain quite quickly, so at an expensive price of £3.53 I purchased a packet.
The tablets come in a silver cardboard box, inside there are two strips of tablets, each strip holding eight painkillers which are 200mg each, the tablets are a bright red color and to be honest I found them quite hard to swallow, so lots of water needed when taking these tablets, also inside the box the instruction leaflet can be found, it is advisable to read this before taking the tablets.
The box holds the usual warnings, not suitable for children under twelve, do not take if you are allergic to any of the ingredients, dont take more than six tablets in 24 hours and keep out of the reach of children.
What these painkillers are suitable for
Nurofen is suitable for several types of pain, which are as follows:
headaches, period pain, dental pain, migraines backache, muscular pain, rheumatic pain, neuralgia, cold and flu symptoms and feverishness.
I have found these painkillers to be a godsend, they have really eased the pain and I would recommend them to anyone who has a toothache.
Thanks for reading