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I've used Qnazal for 3 months. About 4 weeks ago I started getting major pains on my bottom left jaw. My dentist sent me to an endodontist who put me on antibiotics and said I needed a root canal even tho he couldn't find a abscess. Since I had to leave to go on vacation for 3 weeks I put it off until I returned. Right now the sharp pains have somewhat subsided. The pains are like electric shocks that come and go. Ibuprofen helps and so does Hydracodine if the pain is really bad and won't stop. There is no swelling. I decided to visit a endodontist here in Florida to go ahead and get the root canal this last Wednesday. He evaluated my teeth and jaw and said that I probably didn't need a root canal. He thought it might be a nerve problem. Now I don't know what to do. But I have quit using Qnazal And I think that it might be getting better.
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