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by Kui on 12/31/2011 9:03:41 PM
I just got mine out a few days ago, and it's not as bad as this article states! Like all surgeries, there are risks, but during my consultation they made it perfectly clear that if anything bad happened, it won't be forever. (aka, bruised nerve with 4 month healing process. punctured sinus with 3 week healing process... etc) And I had no choice but to get them out, I'm 15 and all four were fully impacted already. I could feel the pressure from them against my other teeth several days before I got them out, and it hurt. SO it was preventing future problems, and problems I was having.
And the surgery itself is not scary at all! If you're like me, they'll give you gas first to keep you relaxed (mixed with tons of oxygen) and give you an IV and in less than an hour, you're waking up. All done.
So, for all those girlies who are scared, it's not bad at all! All you have to worry about is what kind of ice cream you get afterward.
by ally-oop on 12/29/2011 4:43:52 PM
Well thank y'all for getting us all scared :S
by §♥greyson_chance♥§ on 12/23/2011 10:33:03 PM
by abm25 on 12/23/2011 2:42:42 PM
haha. i handed over my apendix before i even hit 11
by iluvjb12 on 12/22/2011 5:40:04 PM
by emilee571 on 12/22/2011 5:03:21 PM
I got my wisdom teeth out a year and a half ago. I was terrified; I didn't know how great the chance was of having complications, but I thought the anesthesia might kill me. Obviously, I was fine, and it was a good thing for me that I got them out, because otherwise, the roots of my wisdom teeth would've strangled some of my nerves. Like any surgery, there are risks involved, but for me, it paid off.
by WritingChic on 12/22/2011 1:05:58 PM
Okay listen, I had all of my severely impacted wisdom teeth taken out over the summer and I'm fine. It's nothing to be worried about, trust me. Don't worry about what they're saying about lack of oxygen, I have asthma and they put me under and I came out perfectly healthy
by irish514 on 12/20/2011 7:00:16 PM
I am really scared now because I just had mine extracted recently!!!!
by noodles88 on 12/20/2011 4:26:07 PM
Oh God, I am really scared now because I just had mine taken out recently.
by noodles88 on 12/20/2011 4:24:47 PM
Muscle weighs more than fat, so that’s why you gain weight instead of losing it when you workout regularly.
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