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Posted 05 October 2012 - 07:20 PM

It don't hurt at all just the bleeding for the next couple days at work is a pain in the ass

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Posted 05 October 2012 - 08:07 PM

See I hear that a lot and I hope I do not come across as ignorant because that isnt the intent but a lot of people that say this also say that they miss there pain killer schedule and that makes it worse? Was that the case with you?

I know personally once I get this done I will be taking pain killers every 4 hours regardless of whether I am asleep or not

Is my assumption correct in terms of that or were you heavily on pain killers as well


Oh yeah, definitely. If you take your medications, you should be fine. I don't usually take any pain killers for things so I just kind of suffered with it. :)

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Posted 05 October 2012 - 09:44 PM

Was terrible for me. I had 5. Yes 5, not 4... 5... And i was put under. I slept for 2 days after and had terrible pain.
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Posted 05 October 2012 - 10:47 PM

Was terrible for me. I had 5. Yes 5, not 4... 5... And i was put under. I slept for 2 days after and had terrible pain.


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Posted 06 October 2012 - 02:12 AM

mine were a piece o'cake and they didn't put me under.

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Posted 06 October 2012 - 06:13 AM

I had my top ones pulled out and it really hurt after. The bottom ones were a lot easier. Small dentist and she popped them out easily. Very little pain after. Just uncomfortable and could not eat solid foods for awhile because of the holes. I was not put under for either times.

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Posted 06 October 2012 - 07:43 AM

It all depends. Make sure though that you get adequate pain relief. If what you are taking is not cutting it, do not be shy to ask for something stronger.

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Posted 06 October 2012 - 07:46 AM

So I have been having jaw pain for about a week and went to the dentist today. He said I needed to get both my wisdom teeth out but sadly he can not do either and I need to see a specialist.


Out of the 2 wisdom teeth in the lower jaw, one of my wisdom teeth is with a bunch of nerves and the other is laying on the side.

In terms of the upper wisdom teeth both are coming in normally.


Now with school and stuff I am obviously going to request the specialist to do the 2 that are painful (lower ones) first and the upper ones at a different point.


So having said all of this, how bad is getting your wisdom teeth out? Anyone have surgery or whatever have you as I am going to go through. I heard it is very painful after the procedure and during its fine. However, how long does recovery period in general tend to be? The receptionist who I booked a pre operation appointment with was telling me its 2-5 days.

All of this sucks because I have mid terms and stuff coming up so earliest I will be able to get the procedure down is 2-3 weeks from now. Until then I guess I will use amoxycillin which apparently is supposed to get the job done.


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Posted 06 October 2012 - 07:55 AM

It depends on how wise you are.

Wise enough to know if the Tylenol 3s are not cutting it, that Percoprofen might.

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Posted 06 October 2012 - 02:33 PM

So I have been having jaw pain for about a week and went to the dentist today. He said I needed to get both my wisdom teeth out but sadly he can not do either and I need to see a specialist.


Out of the 2 wisdom teeth in the lower jaw, one of my wisdom teeth is with a bunch of nerves and the other is laying on the side.

In terms of the upper wisdom teeth both are coming in normally.


Now with school and stuff I am obviously going to request the specialist to do the 2 that are painful (lower ones) first and the upper ones at a different point.


So having said all of this, how bad is getting your wisdom teeth out? Anyone have surgery or whatever have you as I am going to go through. I heard it is very painful after the procedure and during its fine. However, how long does recovery period in general tend to be? The receptionist who I booked a pre operation appointment with was telling me its 2-5 days.

All of this sucks because I have mid terms and stuff coming up so earliest I will be able to get the procedure down is 2-3 weeks from now. Until then I guess I will use amoxycillin which apparently is supposed to get the job done.


Amoxicillin will get the job done only if you have an infection. I'm actually on it right now (I took a slapshot to the chin in ball hockey, which caused one of my back teeth/jaw to abscess).

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Posted 06 October 2012 - 04:09 PM

It really depends. Everyone I know had practically no trouble with it. Mine was awful. They were all impacted so they had to drill my jaw to get them out. I also have weird drug allergies that come and go so I had to take an antihistamine with the painkillers which basically made them useless. It was terrible for about a week and a half. Then it was still over 6 weeks after before I could really open my mouth all the way again. I could eat solid food after the week and a half I just had to cut everything ridiculously small like you would for a little kid.

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