Bummer! I had mine out when I was 15 so my parents had to foot the bill for that one. I can't imagine having them out with a little child to care fo. Good luck!
Oh that stinks! I still have my one wisdom tooth. Yep, I only have one...good luck! I hope you recover quickly.
Don't worry...you are already VERY wise :) I don't know if you remember me talking about it, I had all 4 of my impacted wisdom teeth removed 3 days prior to reporting to my first (and the only REAL) Summer Stock acting gig with 16 hour days rehearsing for the opening of "The Sound of Music". I did just fine. SAY, this could be a good time for extra hubby sympathy & perhaps to have Lance's never-got-famous-on-the-stage grandma to come and spoil you AND Lance.
Oh no. This is no fun. Hugs, Susan
So so sorry. Hope you feel better soon!
From:- Sister in South Africa.Hi.I had my wisdom teeth removed when I was 23 years old. That's old to have them removed. It posed a big problem for the surgeon. However I survived the ordeal with no scars. Oh I did swell up like a chipmunk on steroids and go all the colours of the rainbow, but it was surprisingly not all that painful. I folowed the doctors orders of food comsumption, took the necessary painkillers (which aren't strong ones) and I was fine and pain free within two days.It really isn't an experience to be scared of.Lots of love and luck.Me
How perfectly horrible!I think it's going around ... Eric just had his taken out.Let me know if I can help with the kiddo while you recover.
Ugh, so sorry.
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