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5 months ago. Oct 5, 2019, 4:12 AM

No, not the kind of pain you all are thinking of: I got my wisdom teeth out last week and they still hurt. I also have a dry socket so ita extra painful. I've been trying to take as much meds as I can within the 24 hour exceeding limit, but it still hurts! Hence the reason why I haven't been posting becuase nothing has really been happening! I've been sleeping mostly, been taking vicodin but I'm trying to save them for when the pain gets to be too much, like today. And right now  But I only have 2 left! I cant go back to the doctor until Monday becusse where I got them out is closed all weekend. 

I have been drooling way too much for my comfort zone. Its disgusting. But Daddy has been over a lot to take care of me! He is so amazing, I love him so much!!! 

If anyone has any cool tricks to help the pain besides medication please comment! Thanks in advance! 

💕Kinky Kitten

NoQuarterGiven​(sadist male) - Distraction can be great for pain... And don't you judge me for what kinda pain I was thinking about before I clicked the title.
5 months ago
T slave​(sub female){Owned} - You can rinse wirh table salt and warm water every hour. That can really help, also ice packs will help reduce inflammation. Research dry socket home remedies on google. Hugs! Hope you feel better soon. Peace!
5 months ago
Stranger - Cloves help....
5 months ago
TheLittlePrincess​(sub female){Taken} - I don't know if they gave you one or not but you can find them in stores. It's like the ice packs with what looks like tiny squishy beads inside. Alternate between freezing it and holding it up to your face and then after a while put it in the microwave and hold it up. The hot and cold can sometimes help some
5 months ago
SchrodingersDinosaur​(switch female) - A bag of frozen peas works really well in the same way and dry rice in a small bag in the micro for the warm compress. Be careful though, it heats unevenly so be sure and check temp frequently, shake well, and test against your forearm before applying to your face.
5 months ago

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