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Old 21 December 2012, 20:42   #21
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Dont know about the health risks but Stuck a few loose crowns back in with glass fibre resin a few times over the years and did a temporary filling when one fell out over Xmas ,
that was before the over the counter temporary dental repair kits be came popular ,
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Old 22 December 2012, 04:15   #22
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Big advocate of self-surgery Drove home being a squinny, asked the girlfriend to snap them back in and she said no! Unbelievable! Ended up running them under cold water and doing it myself. Since then, there's been no stopping me!

Last one was a metal splinter in my hand (skin's a bit hard, so I didn't realise) and it had healed over. Big ugly lump - chopped it open and squeezed it out with a load of other junk. Job's a good un!
Excellent. You've obviously adopted the John Wayne approach. Should have got your wife to give you a slug of whisky!
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Excellent. You've obviously adopted the John Wayne approach. Should have got your wife to give you a slug of whisky!
& a bullet to bite on It's when he gets bitten on the arse by a rattler & the poison needs sucking out, that's when you know who your mates are
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Feo fuerte y formal

PS. They'd better bring a razor Pikey...
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PS. They'd better bring a razor Pikey...
Nah! Waxing strips
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I wasn't going to post on this one but I need to tell you guys, don't tough up and brave it, get it sorted, I worked through a tooth problem, took antibiotics and left the loose tooth in place, I would never have thought it would have triggered my throat cancer but it did, I had never heard of viral cancer but the doc reckons my abscess triggered it, I was a big tough boy and thought I could handle anything, what a twat I was
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Excellent. You've obviously adopted the John Wayne approach. Should have got your wife to give you a slug of whisky!
Don't forget to stick some gunpowder in there and light it, miracle cure!

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I wasn't going to post on this one but I need to tell you guys, don't tough up and brave it, get it sorted, I worked through a tooth problem, took antibiotics and left the loose tooth in place, I would never have thought it would have triggered my throat cancer but it did, I had never heard of viral cancer but the doc reckons my abscess triggered it, I was a big tough boy and thought I could handle anything, what a twat I was
Thanks for all the kind words guys, oh, and the suggestions.

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Many thanks for posting this.
I've always Manned up to this sort of thing and thought I could handle pain quite well having dealt with some nasty stuff in the past, but this was just epic despite the perscription Codine.

However, now it's died down and the hole between my gum and nasel cavity is closing up and healing I'm getting huge head aches that come on instantly, and I can't look at a PC screen or TV without sunglasses for more than 5 mins without my eyes hurting like mad.
I'm sure it's all going to die down over the next few days, but I'll be a bit more likely to visit the dentist or doctor earlier in the future.

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I wasn't going to post on this one but I need to tell you guys, don't tough up and brave it, get it sorted, I worked through a tooth problem, took antibiotics and left the loose tooth in place, I would never have thought it would have triggered my throat cancer but it did, I had never heard of viral cancer but the doc reckons my abscess triggered it, I was a big tough boy and thought I could handle anything, what a twat I was

Excellent!!
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Wouldn't say you where a tw@ biff, more like 99.9% of all fella's, we like to think where untouchable when where feeling relatively fit and able, your message serves as a good warning to all of us. Merry Christmas and all the very best with your recovery.
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Not a lot more that I can say. Hope you are feeling better soon Nasher, sounds horrific, and Biff, get those weights moving
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