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I suffer from Ashermans Syndrome for about three months. There are adhesions in my uterus. I was pregnant, but I lost my baby in the fourth month. I used to have morning sickness while I was pregnant. I used to vomit and had to depend upon tablets for reducing the vomiting tendency.
But, those tablets were not good for dental health. I suffer from severe cavities after having that medicine and I have an occasional toothache too. I don't know what to do at this stage. I am scared of taking medicines without the prescription of doctors once again.
Anyway, I am planning to visit a dental care centre in Toronto next week. But, I am concerned whether it is safe to have dental procedures while having Ashermans Syndrome. What do you guys think? Please give some genuine replies and suggestions.


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Just Ask Your Doctor if it is safe. They know always the patient's condition to have a dental operation.
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I also think that the best option is to consult with a doctor.
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