Hello, doctor. When I ate fish a month and a half ago, a fish bone stuck to my gum, which is the place where there are no teeth in my mouth. At that time, I pulled it out by hand. I didn't feel much after pulling it out. It was all right after a few hours, as if I hadn't pierced it. However, ten days ago, it began to hurt a little. Now it's a little worse. It hurts a little when eating. The pain is not obvious, but it's a little heavier than when it began ten days ago. Excuse me, doctor, is it inflamed? What medicine should I take if I take medicine
If the teeth and gums are inflamed by local stabbing, you can take some cefixime and metronidazole for anti-inflammatory treatment. You can go to the stomatology department of the hospital to check the local situation, clean and apply medicine locally, gargle with some compound chlorhexidine mouthwash, brush your teeth and gargle frequently, drink more water and eat more fresh vegetables and fruits.