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    I bought some sensodyne today at the shops so fingers crossed that helps
    Other wise I am off to the dentist :S costly excersise LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by thepouts View Post
    Continual use of Panadol can lead to liver problems for you. I wouldn't reccomend anyone taking it daily.
    I agree panadol can be toxic to your liver, if you do take it ensure you don't take any caffeine within 4hours as caffeine triples the amount of toxic enzymes produced by the liver when you take paracetamol.

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    Default Taking panadol every day?

    Quote Originally Posted by Strawberry55 View Post
    I agree panadol can be toxic to your liver, if you do take it ensure you don't take any caffeine within 4hours as caffeine triples the amount of toxic enzymes produced by the liver when you take paracetamol.
    Thanks for telling me that!! :-)
    I have used the sensodyne and it has gotten the ache to a dull ache. I will be going to the dentist but the sensodyne seems to be working

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    Default Taking panadol every day?

    Try rubbing the sensodyne onto sensitive area/s. it works better than just brushing with it

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    Default Taking panadol every day?

    Quote Originally Posted by jacobsmamma View Post
    Try rubbing the sensodyne onto sensitive area/s. it works better than just brushing with it
    Just brushing with sensodyne last night has made it feel heaps better :-)
    ETA: I havent needed any pain killers or anything! It dosent even hurt!


 

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