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Old 21 December 2012, 14:14   #1
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Dental Abcess

Took this week off work to get some jobs done and spend some time with my family who finished school last Friday.

Monday - Started to feel a bit of toothache.
Rest of the week - Bit of a drug induced blur, but included a trip to the dentist and the docs for Antibiotics/Painkillers.
Today - Bust in my nasal cavity - Yuck, but pain has eased.

The point of this post - F**k me, I NEVER want that again.

Will try to get some sleep tonight.



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Old 21 December 2012, 14:21   #2
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Bust in my nasal cavity
Fook me dude Hope you feel better over christmas
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Old 21 December 2012, 14:29   #3
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I had one of these a while back on a tooth that had already been root filled and which part-supported a bridge. The antibiotics did the trick and things have settled down. If they hadn't, I was looking at a full-on apicoectomy (one of those procedures you're definitely better off not knowing about).
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Been there done that. Suffered a week on antibiotics & painkillers, my dentist then referred me to a specialist. Within 1/2 an hour of walking into the surgery, he did an emergency root canal treatment & the pain just disappeared. I'd have quite happily borne his children. Which I'm convinced would have been less painfull, despite wot wimmin claim.
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MMMn thats nasty ... nasty indeed if it wasnt the dental hospital and not casualty just make sure you get this followed up and checked .. even after you feel better .. you need to know this is resolved completely, because its a systemic infection its very important .. hope your better soon fella
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Ouch, and yuk. Had that happen to me once, but it burst into my mouth.
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I had one and was in so much pain I made a beeline to the emergency dental practice at Guys Hospital, big mistake, they just ripped the tooth out in in doing so damaged my jaw - I later learnt that wasn't the way to deal with an abscess.
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Took this week off work to get some jobs done and spend some time with my family who finished school last Friday.

Monday - Started to feel a bit of toothache.
Rest of the week - Bit of a drug induced blur, but included a trip to the dentist and the docs for Antibiotics/Painkillers.
Today - Bust in my nasal cavity - Yuck, but pain has eased.

The point of this post - F**k me, I NEVER want that again.

Will try to get some sleep tonight.

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Should have had it drilled to realise the pressure
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Hole drilling thread anyone?
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Hole drilling thread anyone?
It's the same as an abscess in a horses foot you find it and make a hole the horse goes sound.
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