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Wisdom Teeth pain / sickness

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Silver89, Feb 15, 2010.

  1. #1
    Has anyone ever experienced sickness related issues when having new wisdom teeth come through? I'm 21 in 2 months any my second wisdom tooth is starting to come through and I keep randomly getting extreme mirgraines and feeling nauseas but never actually being sick..
    SEMrush
    How painful is it to get them taken out?? :(
     
    Silver89, Feb 15, 2010 IP
    SEMrush
  2. fierceservers

    fierceservers Peon

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    I had all 4 of mine taken out at once when I was in high school years and years ago. I was given valium and obviously they freeze your mouth, I felt no pain actually I kinda laughed at one point. I looked like a blowfish for about a week, and couldn't eat very many solids, but it was worth it in the end.

    If it's causing you pain now, I would definitely get it looked after to avoid more discomfort.
     
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  3. NsaneNoob

    NsaneNoob Peon

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    Oh man, the pain was horrible. This is the funny thing though, My low right tooth came out and it hurt like hell for about a month. After it was done, 2 other wisdom teeth came out and I did not feel anything when they did.
     
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    I just had mine x-rayed and they're unfortunately coming in perpendicular to my other teeth...so that's no good. I'm just waiting for the pain to begin!
     
    JacobNeldson, Feb 15, 2010 IP
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    dcristo Illustrious Member

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    Not painful at all, although everyones pain tolerance is different. I didn't need any meds after having them removed.
     
    dcristo, Feb 15, 2010 IP
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    br3adman Active Member

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    What are the symptoms they are below hope this helps you man.

    * Pain and tenderness in the gums and jaw;
    * Headaches;
    * Swelling or redness in the gums;
    * An unpleasant taste in the mouth when you bite in the area of the wisdom teeth;
    * Bad breath;
    * In more rare cases, symptoms include swollen glands in the neck or problems opening your mouth.
     
    br3adman, Feb 15, 2010 IP
  7. Richie_Ni

    Richie_Ni Illustrious Member

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    Yes not painful at all. I also got all my 4 pulled out last year and I'm glad I did.
     
    Richie_Ni, Feb 15, 2010 IP
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    freeze your mouth with what? :eek:
    i talked to my sister a little while ago and said her daughter who had all 4 yanked looked like a chipmunk.so i guess there are side affects. :D

    they say the younger you are to have them yanked the better.
    they won't hurt a bit getting them taken out.afterwords,they'll be a little tender. ;)
    i'm almost 40 and still have all 4 of my wisdom teeth.they have been saying for years i should have them taken out.
    when i was younger i had that symptom.
     
    zodiac, Feb 15, 2010 IP
  9. Kerosene

    Kerosene Alpha & Omega™ Staff

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    Yep...

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    When I was about 19, my wisdom teeth used to give me headaches and migraines (after having about $5K of ortho work done) ... my orthodontist recommended that I have my wisdom teeth surgically removed. But... by that time, I was starting to twig to the dentist/ortho shuffle, so I told my ortho that I'd rather "wait and see".

    I'm now 34, and I've still got all 4, and they haven't given me ANY problems at all.

    Dentists and orthodontists (<especially) are guessing (at best).
    Once you have teeth removed, you can't put them back!

    They're not called wisdom teeth for nothing :)

    Leave the fuckers in. :D

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    Last edited: Feb 16, 2010
    Kerosene, Feb 16, 2010 IP
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    benjaminp Notable Member

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    I'm going to see my dentist about mine on friday. Hoping I can get them out as they are painful and feel to me like they are coming in on a funny angle which I guess could be explained by the fact in the past I have been told I had a crowded jaw.
     
    benjaminp, Feb 16, 2010 IP
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    powerlifer Active Member

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    i get really bad pains at the back of my gums i must go see whats going on with them:mad:.
     
    powerlifer, Feb 16, 2010 IP
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    bogartkick Well-Known Member

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    Right now I'm thriving in pain too. I'm 23 now and I've got one impacted wisdom tooth left. I normally take antibiotics and mefenamic acid (pain reliever) to hold off the pain temporarily. Tomorrow I will see my dentist again for the first time in three years when my left lower wisdom tooth was surgically removed, and I still have their X-Ray about my impacted wisdom tooths. I am feeling numbness for a week, good thing my lingual nerve was not damaged on that time. I should have removed the other one three years back, but we have no enough money. Experts say that the impacted wisdom tooth may be easily removed when you're not over 25 years old.

    My right side now is giving me pain and causes headache and pain in my right ear, bothers me from working in my business. The thing I'm scared after surgery of my present wisdom tooth is to have a risk of getting permanent numbness on the operated side and the "dry socket" thingy. I'm already researching some answers about these topics, and there are many commentors that are experiencing numbness for months, years and even permanent. I'm really sick of the pain now, but greater risk will come after surgery as I need to do this earlier, but funds and schedule are the real problem. :(
     
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    Silver89 Well-Known Member

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    My right side wisdom tooth is just starting to come through now :\

    Hope all goes well for you! ^^
     
    Silver89, Apr 5, 2010 IP
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    It depends on how good your dentist is. Could be painful, could be painless.

    Probably best left alone. Once they're fully through they won't cause pain anymore.
     
    TG2006, Apr 5, 2010 IP
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    have to be very very careful with tooth related issues. its directly connected to our whole body.
     
    10hariharan, Apr 5, 2010 IP
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    bogartkick Well-Known Member

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    Btw guys, my tooth operation was a success hours ago. But right now still I experienced bleeding in my affected area which the sutures are placed. I need to rest at least a couple of days to gain full recovery. At least the "tormentor" was gone, and also my numbness was gone hours after operation. It was very painful at first when my dentist injected anesthesia to me, but I fight for it until the rest are totally gone. The procedure was finished after less than 1 hour.

    So my two lower third molars are completely eliminated (which the other one was removed 3 years ago). Woohoo! At least the "tormentor" will never come back again.
     
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    No problem. I suffered 4 months. You will get sickness in these period.
    Don't worry.
     
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    I am suffering right now :( my gum is swollen and I was having
    a hard time swallowing and yesterday I have a fever I take
    paracetamol and it helps me relieve the pain.. but today it's
    tingling in pain again as if it's punishing me.. *what have I done wrong anyway?*
    Can I take Mefenamic Acid? It was Non-Steroidal and anti-inflammatory
    the pain is killing me I can't work properly :( Please help :(
     
    Cassandra, Aug 16, 2010 IP
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    i don't know where At the edge of the Earth is ,so i need directions.
    i'll bring the pliers.

    see a dentist. :rolleyes:
    you might want to see a doctor first.a fever is not a good thing.
     
    zodiac, Aug 16, 2010 IP
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    Yes not painful at all.n more rare cases, symptoms include swollen glands in the neck or problems opening your mouth.
     
    Cr.designer, Aug 17, 2010 IP