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Hi Wait tell your off your meds then wait 2 weeks then go for it.Remember day 14 is ovulation day so you really need to have unprotected sex a good 3...
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Yes, the pain from an exposed nerve can suddenly appear as you describe without any obvious assault or agitation to the tooth.I recommend that you...
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You could get used to it (your tongue will toughen eventually), you could get rid of the teeth, or you could ask your dentist to polish and smooth...
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When I saw this my first thought was that it could be an infection. When its yellow inside the mouth, it is usually infection. But I did an...
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If you aren't having a lot of pain, you are probably not suffering from dry socket.  Dry socket is when the clot is lost, and the clot...
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Hi Yes Why not, Just get in there and do it, when you come out and get home just give your mouth a warm sea salt wash OKGood Luck
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Your cheek may still be recovering from the extraction.  Do you know if you have any infection in the area?  That is what usually causes...
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Yes....you can have a TB test done.
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I would not recommend it since this has not been tested, and I don't know what kind of anesthesia you will be having. I suspect your oral surgeon...
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The ENT did not likely cause your tinnitus, but that wisdom tooth certainly can do it, but a wisdom tooth problem would not be likely to cause your...
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I'm no expert on wisdom teeth extraction, and you certainly have my sympathy on that point, by the way. But I think you hit the nail on the head...
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Maybe this site where you may find helpful, Information : www.teeth4.com
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it could be that  have an infection it happens but tell your dentist about the problem
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dry socket..right after....and phantom pains all your life
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