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    i had 4 teeth removed whilst asleep 3 days ago (wisdoms) and needed stitches.

    its been many years since having a tooth removed as i clinically have too many, my question is, how long should my mouth hurt for? i cant remember
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    Everyone is different, there's no amount of time that it 'should' hurt for. While you were under anaesthetic they may have given you a long-acting analgesic, which is why it may start to hurt more a couple of days after surgery than it did straight afterwards, as the drugs wear off. I recently had dental surgery and to my memory the pain lasted about six days, but this should be mentioned in any paperwork that they gave you.

    If you are concerned, or are in unbearable pain, then you should contact the clinic.
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    (Original post by Little Tail Chaser)
    Everyone is different, there's no amount of time that it 'should' hurt for. While you were under anaesthetic they may have given you a long-acting analgesic, which is why it may start to hurt more a couple of days after surgery than it did straight afterwards, as the drugs wear off. I recently had dental surgery and to my memory the pain lasted about six days, but this should be mentioned in any paperwork that they gave you.

    If you are concerned, or are in unbearable pain, then you should contact the clinic.
    they gave me some morphine as i came round as i was in pain and iv been taking semi-regualr painkillers since il re-read the paper work soon
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    (Original post by shawtyb)
    they gave me some morphine as i came round as i was in pain and iv been taking semi-regualr painkillers since il re-read the paper work soon
    Did you enjoy Barcelona?
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    (Original post by Carnationlilyrose)
    Did you enjoy Barcelona?
    oh it was soo good!
    parc de la ciutadella was so lovely! people playing bongo drums, loads of people tight-rope walking, people sleeping everywhere you look, people with big bubble things for kids! ah loved it!!
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    oh it was soo good!
    parc de la ciutadella was so lovely! people playing bongo drums, loads of people tight-rope walking, people sleeping everywhere you look, people with big bubble things for kids! ah loved it!!
    Excellent.
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    (Original post by Carnationlilyrose)
    Excellent.
    and la sagrada famillia was so beautiful!! defo worth the money and the wait!
    got a cracking golden brown tan too
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    (Original post by shawtyb)
    and la sagrada famillia was so beautiful!! defo worth the money and the wait!
    got a cracking golden brown tan too
    Glad it all went well. I should have remembered the zoo in the park. My son used to live in a flat with a view of the flamingos from his balcony. It's certainly a climate for tanning.
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    Glad it all went well. I should have remembered the zoo in the park. My son used to live in a flat with a view of the flamingos from his balcony. It's certainly a climate for tanning.
    ah thats so cool!!
    id live there tomorrow if i could
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    (Original post by shawtyb)
    ah thats so cool!!
    id live there tomorrow if i could
    Unfortunately, it'll cost you. His studio flat is €850 a month.
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    (Original post by Carnationlilyrose)
    Unfortunately, it'll cost you. His studio flat is €850 a month.
    ouch!
    over there, do they get benefit help for people on low income or anything? i ask because i saw alot of homeless people
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    (Original post by shawtyb)
    ouch!
    over there, do they get benefit help for people on low income or anything? i ask because i saw alot of homeless people
    I don't know about that, I'm afraid. I suppose there is something as it's a civilised EU country, but I know no more than that.
 
 
 
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