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should i be worried or am i being a hypochondriach

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Posted by: kaitlin4599  (4 years ago)
ok so i recently as ion last monday had a tooth pulled it was a molar on the lower right side of my jaw that has a massive cavity in it. area seems to be healing fine seeing as how the hole where the tooth was has the white stuff in it. any how i woke up today and was in minor pain meaning it was bearrable but i felt it im wondering why im in pain since i had the tooth pulled that was causing the pain. its like a sharp pinching kinda pain

im worring that the pain might be caused by the last tooth in the lower right jaw im a bit of a hypochondriac also i suffer from anxiety please help me deal with this issue thanks for your time

edit i am rinsing my mouth out with mouth wash as often as i can
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Posted by: kaitlin4599  (4 years ago)
i forgot to mention the dentist had to drill the molar to pull it out as it was to broken
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ok so i recently as ion last monday had a tooth pulled it was a molar on the lower right side of my jaw that has a massive cavity in it. area seems to be healing fine seeing as how the hole where the tooth was has the white stuff in it. any how i woke up today and was in minor pain meaning it was bearrable but i felt it im wondering why im in pain since i had the tooth pulled that was causing the pain. its like a sharp pinching kinda pain

im worring that the pain might be caused by the last tooth in the lower right jaw im a bit of a hypochondriac also i suffer from anxiety please help me deal with this issue thanks for your time

edit i am rinsing my mouth out with mouth wash as often as i can


It was a bad decision to extract the tooth rather than save it. Now you lost a good bit of jaw bone with it.

Cannot tell if it is a dry socket or normal post-op pain without examining you. No other dentist can, either. Only option is to return to treating dentist and let him look at it.
Posted 4 years ago
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Posted by: kaitlin4599  (4 years ago)
there was no way to save the tooth also im gonna guess its post op pain but if it still hurts by thursday ill see a dentist
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