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Anonymous

Tea bag!!! Really did help. I have been in pain for 5 days now. I have tried Ibuprofen, Orajel, Anbesol, Hydrocodone, Vanilla Extract, Mouthwash, Warm compresses, and placing this tea bag between my cheek and tooth has relieved my pain from a 10 to a 1. It's easy too. I ran out of Lipton but i had Jasmine tea bags and it seemes to be working great, but it is only temporary. I am still surfing the web for the best solution aside from going to the Dentist which is what I should have done already but with 4 growing children I have to wait. Try it though. I have had this tea bag in my mouth for an hour now and it is still working.

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Kellen

I'm sorry for the folks who haven't found relief. I have a white teabag on my upper gums, hoping for relief from my dying tooth, which has made the left side of my face swollen and painful. Just started antibiotics. I can't take painkillers because I get addicted to anything. This infection is the wreckage of my past. Too little dental care, now I'm paying the price.

Anonymous

I'd like to update: the first night I used the tea bag I didn't notice a change in swelling, but today I put a dry tea bag on my gum and within two hours the swelling was down about 75\\%. Granted I'm on day two of antibiotics and ibuprofen, but the dry tea bag made a difference for sure. Keep trying.

Sherna

OMG THE TEA BAG WORKS OMG I THOUGHT I WAS GONNA DIE. OMG IT WORKS IM CRYING BECAUSE IT WORKS.

Lissa

Do you wet the tea bag first or put in dry.

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