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Dr I had bited on hard food , I had pain in upper first molar for 1 day ,from then onwards I had light sensitivity like when I eat food,is my tooth cracked ,now I am 3rd month pregnant can I postpone treatment after delivery
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See for dental treatment, 4th to 6th month i.e 2nd trimester is considered safe. You should consult with doctor online or offline for better guidance and treatment options. If you feel excessive pain then can take PCM only, avoid other medications. Try to maintain good oral hygiene by brushing twice a day, warm saline water rinses two to three times a day.
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Hello dear Please be calm See you can take analgesic  ( only pcm) but avoid x ray or other invasive treatment.however if tooth grinding is needed you can take it in  2nd trimester .for further details you can consult me Thanks
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Your tooth may start causing problem. Its better to visit a dentist and get a x ray done with protection. Mid trimister is safe to get procedures done , if needed.
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