Earache, Toothache and Sore Throat
Earache can be exceptionally painful. It has a number of common causes, including infection, or as a symptom of other conditions such as flu or tonsillitis. Like earache, toothache can cause agonising pain. Usually caused by a decaying or damaged tooth, it can also arise as a result of problems such as an ear infection or sinusitis, or even from jaw tension. In babies and children, there may be pain and discomfort as their teeth come through. Sore throats can be a sign of infection such as tonsillitis or a symptom of colds and flu. There may be swelling and infection around the throat, or swollen glands visible under the jaw.
When used according to the instructions, painkillers such as paracetamol have little risk for a healthy adult. Likewise, medicines such as paracetamol syrup made especially for children can provide safe pain relief.
People in severe pain are at risk from an accidental overdose of painkillers and while paracetamol is generally safe, one of its potential drawbacks is that very few extra tablets are required to risk an overdose.
To reduce the chances of problems with any painkillers:
First Aid For Treating earache
First Aid For Treating a sore throat
First Aid For Treating toothache
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