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Old 12-15-2006, 09:51 PM   #11
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ahahahaha, i knew their was a reason to learn another language. dig your tooth out? i dont even want to imagine what that feels like, i feel like ive gotten off pretty easy.... except for the fact that i have finals for college in 3 days...
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Old 12-15-2006, 11:29 PM   #12
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hahaha yeah seh did, she forgot to put burger in place of pepsi for one of them, and its Suicidal Tendencies but now i want to go listen to my dead milkmen cd'* so thank you
Dang, you're right. But, I haven't heard either band in many, many moons...

I was awake during both of my extractions, each several years apart. Since I was in the army, I got to wait until they actually hurt before they got pulled. So, I got to listen to them break the teeth into pieces, as they were impacted, and feel the tugging and yanking. And, the lovely period where the piece of my jawbone floted to the surface.

Getting teeth pulled for my plate was much easier. They injected some sort of cocktail into an IV. Next thing I know, I'm waking up at home, hearing about my mis-adventures with the nurses from The Missus. Apparently I'm a very happy "drunk".... But I do remember the Doc saying that most people wake up crying.
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Old 12-15-2006, 11:32 PM   #13
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wow, someone was having a good time! lmfao
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haha, I got mine out Oct 5th...

I was in pain, but I drove all the way home That twilight sleep they put me under was kinda interesting. I actually remember waking up during it and seeing and hearing stuff and then I remember being in the recovery area and being a little too cheerful with the nurses

Well so anyways, yeah like I said, I drove there and drove home, all 75 miles each way of it I think I'm nuts lol, but I felt REALLY awake! For you on the other hand, Mr. Bowling Ball , You seem to be a little more affected by that kinda stuff.

But anyways, I was out of pain in a few days and I'm still pain free, its like I never knew it happened. I don't really know what it SOLVED, because my dentist said it was really my choice because they were coming in perfectly straight and everything so that was good. But it was also good because the oral surgeon said mine were the easiest he had ever removed! He said they just kinda came right out for him. But OH well. So good luck with healing up! And make sure to follow any and all instructions that were given to yah...DRY SOCKETS HURT LIKE HELL, fyi .
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i could not do awake, no way, no how. they asked me if i wanted to hahahaha. nope. hahaha my dad says i had very philsohpical things to say on the car ride home.


you drove your self home after this? holy crap, you are brave. haha, mr. bowling ball... thats a good one, your lucky you didn't have to get them taken out, mine were pressing against my mandibular nerve or what have you, and it was kind of an emergency, i had parethesis (?)when i got home, that lasted for 12 hours (numbness of the jaw and tounge)
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after watching that. I didnt understand a word you said
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i would write a transcript but i cant even understand most of it
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i could not do awake, no way, no how. they asked me if i wanted to hahahaha. nope. hahaha my dad says i had very philsohpical things to say on the car ride home.


you drove your self home after this? holy crap, you are brave. haha, mr. bowling ball... thats a good one, your lucky you didn't have to get them taken out, mine were pressing against my mandibular nerve or what have you, and it was kind of an emergency, i had parethesis (?)when i got home, that lasted for 12 hours (numbness of the jaw and tounge)
haha, yeah, i drove myself home, all 75 miles of 70 mph highway didn't even feel drowsy

haha, yeah my jaw and tongue was numb for quite a while too. it was interesting.
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i get mine out on the 27th, man what a fun christmas break that'll be...
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hahaha, its fun alright, make sure you have a good last meal, thats my one regret. i had a pop tart for dinner the night before, i haven't eaten since, i am so hungry. and take your hydrocodone, i choose not to, and im almost regretting it hahaha
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