36 weeks pregnant mother

Question: 36 week is going on, I have cavity in my tooth and dentist said that RCT is only option, can I go for it plus suggest...

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Answer: no it is not recommended because of the pain killers that they give...try to delay it as far as possible...evn during breast feedin it shud b avoided
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