pain in my in my teeth.

By kathleensara Latest Reply 2012-11-04 14:42:25 -0600
Started 2012-11-03 20:47:15 -0500

was any one had there wisdom teeth pulled.
next week geting my pulled what happen's.
i have been go through this for the last two week's
every thing is in pain on the leaft side of my face and my ear hurt's too
will it go away.this is my first time geting teeth pulled. any tell me how did there's go.
Kathleen Sara Gregory.

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DeanaG 2012-11-04 14:42:25 -0600 Report

I had all four of mine pulled at one time a long time ago(over 29 years ago).
I was sore and tender for awhile, but nothing too bad. ;-)

GabbyPA 2012-11-04 07:04:58 -0600 Report

I had mine pulled many (too many) years ago. I didn't have a lot of pain after, but I also didn't have pain before. Mine were pulled to prevent damage to the work that had been done by my braces.

However, my step daughter just had 3 wisdom teeth pulled this week. She was woosy when she first got out and of course, didn't feel much pain. The pain meds wore off and she has had some discomfort, but not so bad. No bruising of her jaws. Of course, she is eating only soft foods like jello, pudding, mashed potatoes and soups. Her stitches are dissolving and now that is has been almost a week, she has been trying soft foods to chew.

The removal of the teeth causing the pressure and pain in your mouth will be worth it. You will feel much better once that has been taken care of. Just follow your doctor's orders and you should do fine.

nanagramma 2012-11-04 04:12:15 -0600 Report

I am so sorry that you are in pain from your wisdom teeth. I have had all four of mine pulled out. The last one was my bottom left side, and it was very painful and swollen by the time I had it pulled out. I had instant relief- I hope you will too!

IronOre 2012-11-04 00:02:50 -0500 Report

It depends if you are getting your top or bottom wisdom teeth pulled, or both.
I had my top wisom teeth pulled during an extended lunch hours from work, and I went right back to work after that.
A couple years later I got both bottom ones out at the same time on a Friday and the entire weekend was wasted in bed.
Your doctor will probably prescribe Penecillan to prevent infection that can complicate your diabetes.
I assume that your current pain will go away, but it's hard for anybody to tell from here.

jayabee52 2012-11-03 23:22:56 -0500 Report

I had my wisdom teeth pulled long before I developed diabetes, so I cannot tell you the implications of having it done with having diabetes. I had no major problems with my extractions as I recall, but the mother of my 3 sons had to have hers broken and taken out piece by piece. her roots were tangled up in the roots for her other teeth and it was necessary to do that in that fashion. (she
didn't have diabetes either)

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